We've organized a comprehensive list of Hawaii nursing schools. Below you'll find information on specific nursing programs such as LPN certificates and ADN, BSN, and MSN degrees. You'll also find a profile of nursing education and careers in each major Hawaii city.

Looking for the most elite universities in Hawaii? When you're paying significant money for your education, there is no point in settling for less. Private universities are in business to excel. Many are supported by alumni and other private donors, and they work hard to maintain their high standards and reputations. After all, the prestige of these universities is why students knock on their doors in the first place.

Hawaii offers a variety of educational options for either entering the nursing profession or furthering your pursuits within the field. For existing nurses who'd like to earn a higher salary, both the University of Hawaii and Hawaii Pacific University offer master's degrees and doctoral programs which prepare graduates to practice as one of the state's 200 nurse practitioners. NPs in Hawaii earn an average salary of $103,000 per year.