2021 Best Communication & Journalism Colleges for Non-Traditional Students in Hawaii
Finding the Best Communication & Journalism Schools for Non-Traditional Students
In 2018-2019, communication and journalism students earned 268 bachelor's degrees from a Hawaii school, making the subject the 8th in the state. This means that 0.3% of the degrees earned in the country were from a school in the state.
This year's Best Communication & Journalism Colleges for Non-Traditional Students in Hawaii ranking looked at 2 colleges that offer a bachelor's in communication and journalism. The schools that top this list are recognized because they have great communication and journalism programs and a strong support system for non-traditional students.
To come up with these rankings, we looked at factors such as affordability, and overall quality of the communication and journalism program at the school. For more information, check out our ranking methodology.
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Since the program you select can have a significant impact on your future, we've developed a number of rankings, including this Best Communication & Journalism Schools for Non-Traditional Students list, to help you choose the best school for you.
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2021 Best Communication & Journalism Schools for Non-Traditional Students in Hawaii
Best Communication & Journalism Schools for Non-Traditional Students
University of Hawaii at Manoa has taken the #1 spot in this year's communication and journalism ranking for non-traditional students. UH Manoa is a fairly large public school located in the large city of Honolulu. As a testament to the quality of education offered at UH Manoa, the school also landed the #1 rank in our Best Colleges for Communication & Journalism in Hawaii ranking.
About 4.4% of UH Manoa students default on their loans in three years, which is lower than average. There are approximately 2,177 students at UH Manoa that take at least one class online. About 4,381 of the students at UH Manoa are attending part time. Eligible students may be able to receive credit for their military training.Request Information
University of Hawaii at Hilo comes in at #2 in this year's ranking. Located in the town of Hilo, UH Hilo is a public school with a small student population. As a testament to the quality of education offered at UH Hilo, the school also landed the #2 rank in our Best Colleges for Communication & Journalism in Hawaii ranking.
The school has a low student loan default rate of 6.1%. There are approximately 809 students at UH Hilo that take at least one class online. About 762 of the students at UH Hilo are attending part time. UH Hilo does offer credit for military training for eligible students.Request Information
Best for Non-Traditional Students Communication & Journalism Colleges in the Far Western US Region
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Non-Traditional Student Rankings in Majors Related to Communication & Journalism
Communication & Journalism Majors to Study
|Communication & Media Studies||264|
|Radio, Television & Digital Communication||10|
|Communication & Journalism (Other)||6|
Majors Similar to Communication & Journalism
|Related Major||Annual Graduates|
|Area, Ethnic, Culture, & Gender Studies||216|
|Family, Consumer & Human Sciences||110|
Notes and References
*Avg Cost is for the top 2 schools only.
- The Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) from the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), a branch of the U.S. Department of Education (DOE) serves as the core of the rest of our data about colleges.
- Some other college data, including much of the graduate earnings data, comes from the U.S. Department of Education’s (College Scorecard).
- Veteran-specific data can be found at the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs.
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More about our data sources and methodologies.