University of Hawai'i at Manoa - Master's Degree
University of Hawaii's early years began in 1907 as a land-grant college of agriculture and mechanics arts through the Morrill Act. Five years after, the institution opened its doors in its new location in Manoa Valley as the College of Hawaii and by 1920 became the University of Hawaii, following the introduction of its College of Arts and Sciences. Expansion and growth continued through the second World War and the years thereafter and in 1972 it was renamed to University of Hawaii at Manoa to distinguish it from the other newly University of Hawaii campuses that opened.
Today, University of Hawaii's 320-acre campus in Manoa Valley is home to its 18 colleges and schools in areas of arts & sciences, business, education, engineering, tropical agriculture & human resources, outreach college, architecture, Hawaiian knowledge, law, medicine, nursing & dental hygiene, ocean & earth science & technology, pacific & asian studies, social work, and travel industry management offering 100 bachelor's degree and 85 master's degree programs to a total of over 18,800 students, 34% of which are out-of-state and international students representing all 50 states and over 125 countries and regions.
- Minimum GPA 2.80
- Minimum incoming TOEFL iBT 100
- Minimum incoming IELTS 6.00
- Minimum incoming GRE 308
- Minimum incoming GMAT 530