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Forestry Schools in Hawaii

There is one Hawaii school offering forestry programs. In 2010, five forestry students graduated with degrees from Hawaii Community College. Five of all these students graduated with associates degrees and these students graduated with certificates.

Overview

On average, six students graduate from programs in this state in forestry per year. This accounts for 4% of students who schools in the United States graduate from forestry programs. Five students graduated with an associate's level degree in forestry.

This college is a public school.

Average tuition for forestry programs at this community college is $2,246. Private tuition is $24,856, while typically, public tuitions at forestry schools in the United States are $5,470.

This college offers certificates and associates degrees in forestry.

Forestry Program Completions in Hawaii 2006 - 2010

On average, six students graduate from programs in this state in forestry per year. This accounts for 4% of students who schools in the United States graduate from forestry programs. Five students graduated with an associate's level degree in forestry.

Forestry Program Completions in Hawaii 2006 - 2010

  • Certificate 2006: 3
  • Certificate 2007: 4
  • Certificate 2008: 3
  • Certificate 2009: 0
  • Certificate 2010: 0
  • Associate 2006: 4
  • Associate 2007: 10
  • Associate 2008: 4
  • Associate 2009: 2
  • Associate 2010: 5

Forestry Program Availability in Hawaii

This college offers a total of two forestry programs. Of these programs, approximately 50% are certificate level programs. The remaining programs are degrees at the associates level.

Forestry Program Availability in Hawaii

  • Certificate: 1
  • Associate: 1

Forest and Conservation Technicians — Salary by Percentile

Forest and Conservation Technicians — Salary by Percentile

  • 10th Percentile: 28340
  • 25th Percentile: 31920
  • Median: 38480
  • 75th Percentile: 45460
  • 90th Percentile: 54700

Forest and Conservation Workers — Salary by Percentile

Forest and Conservation Workers — Salary by Percentile

  • 10th Percentile: 27020
  • 25th Percentile: 30680
  • Median: 33980
  • 75th Percentile: 37930
  • 90th Percentile: 44280

Career Trends

Forest and Conservation Technicians — Employment Trend

Forest and Conservation Technicians — Employment Trend

  • Median Salary 2006: 34360
  • Median Salary 2007: 34990
  • Median Salary 2008: 35370
  • Median Salary 2009: 37340
  • Median Salary 2010: 38480
  • Total Employed 2006: 80
  • Total Employed 2007: 80
  • Total Employed 2008: 100
  • Total Employed 2009: 120
  • Total Employed 2010: 120

Forest and Conservation Workers — Employment Trend

Forest and Conservation Workers — Employment Trend

  • Median Salary 2006: 30140
  • Median Salary 2007: 31750
  • Median Salary 2008: 33130
  • Median Salary 2009: 34050
  • Median Salary 2010: 33980
  • Total Employed 2006: 100
  • Total Employed 2007: 90
  • Total Employed 2008: 100
  • Total Employed 2009: 120
  • Total Employed 2010: 110

Hawaii vs National Forestry Employment

Hawaii vs National Forestry Employment

  • Employed in Hawaii: 0.471% (230)

Forestry Schools in Hawaii

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Campus Setting

1. Hawaii Community College

1175 Manono St
Hilo, HI 96720-4091
(808) 974-7611

Hawaii Community College offers two forestry programs. More specifically, it offers students one forestry certificate and one degree at the associate's level in forestry. It is in town of Hilo, Hawaii. This community college is one of 6 community colleges in Hawaii. This community college ranks first in terms of enrollment in the state of Hawaii.