Best Business Schools in Hawaii

By | March 2, 2019

Search top business school MBA programs in the state of Hawaii. Find latest rankings of MBA schools national wide and state wide. For detailed admissions statistics and graduate employment rate, check the following table for each top-ranked business college within Hawaii, with acceptance rate, average GPA and GMAT scores, as well as well tuition and starting salary information of all best MBA universities in Hawaii.

  • The capital city of Hawaii is Honolulu, which was established in 1845. With a land area of 68.4 mi2, Honolulu has a total population of 345,064 according to allcitypopulation.

Best Business Schools in Hawaii

National Ranking Best Business MBA Programs
123 University of Hawaii–Manoa (Shidler) (Honolulu, HI)
Acceptance rate: 65.2%
Average GMAT score: 618
Average undergraduate GPA: 3.31
Tuition: In-state, full-time: $16,912 per year; Out-of-state, full-time: $28,368 per year
Enrollment (full-time): 60
Average starting salary and bonus: $62,500
Full-time graduates employed at graduation: 28.6%

University of Hawaii--Manoa Business School

March in the U.S. History

March 21

1925 Tennessee passed a law banning the teaching of the theory of evolution in schools.

1963 Alcatraz Island prison near San Francisco, California closed .

1965 Martin Luther King Jr. marches from Selma to Montgomery in Alabama .

1980 US President Jimmy Carter announced a boycott of the Moscow Olympics due to the Soviet Union’s invasion of Afghanistan.

March 22

1622 ” Jamestown Massacre “. Indian attack on the first colony in Virginia.

1638 Religious dissident Anne Hutchinson was expelled from Boston (and the Massachusetts Bay Colony). She would later play a large role in the history of Rhode Island.

1765 The British Parliament passed the “Stamp Act”, which caused mass protests in the American colonies.

1894 In Montreal (Quebec, Canada), the Stanley Cup was played for the first time, which became the main prize of the National Hockey League.

1933 End of Prohibition: US President Franklin Roosevelt signed a law allowing the sale of beer and wine.

1975 Alabama Browns Ferry nuclear power plant fire, one of the most notorious incidents in the US nuclear industry

1993 Intel introduced the Pentium series of processors.

2009 Alaska ‘s Redoubt volcano erupted.

March 23

1806 The Lewis and Clark Expedition, reaching the Pacific coast and wintering at Fort Clatsop (in present-day Oregon), began their journey home, east.

1839 In Boston, Massachusetts , the abbreviation ” OK ” (from the grammatically incorrect but popular at the time ” oll korrect “) was first published in the Morning Post newspaper.

1857 The first safety elevator designed by Elisha Otis is installed in a building in Manhattan, New York.

1965 Gemini 3 is launched from Cape Canaveral, Florida, the first American spacecraft with two astronauts on board.

1983 US President Ronald Reagan, in an address to the people, announced the program “Strategic Defense Initiative”, called “Star Wars” by journalists.

1998 The movie Titanic won eleven Oscars.

March 24

1663 King Charles II of England granted rights to the Carolina Colony to eight ” Lords Proprietors “.

1958 “King of rock and roll” Elvis Presley was drafted into the US Army.

1989 The Exxon Valdez tanker accident off the coast of Alaska is one of the largest environmental disasters in US history.

2002 Halle Berry became the first black actress to win an Academy Award for her lead role.

March 25

1584 Queen Elizabeth I of England granted Walter Raleigh the right to establish a colony in North America.

1634 The first settlers arrived in Maryland (” Maryland Day “).

1894 A group of unemployed people, known as the Coxsey Army, set out from Ohio on the first US protest march on Washington .

1913 The “Great Dayton Flood” is the largest natural disaster in Ohio history, caused by the flooding of the Great Miami River.

26 March

1830 The Book of Mormon, one of the sacred texts of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, was first published in Palmyra, New York.

1945 End of the “Battle of Iwo Jima”, one of the most famous battles in the United States of World War II.

1953 Dr. Jonas Salk speaks on national radio about the successful testing of a polio vaccine.

1982 Construction commencement ceremony for the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington DC.