Average Annual Automotive Mechanic Salary in Hawaiʻi


  96-045 Ala ʻIke, Pearl City, Hawaii 96782

  Automotive Technology

  (808) 455-0011

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Program Coordinator:

  Milton Ayakawa


  (808) 734-0439

Program Counselor:

  Melissa Jones


  (808) 734-0652

Tuition & Fees : $8,253
Program Type : Trade Program
Location : Hawai'i / O'ahu / Pearl City
Trade School : Leeward Community College
Purpose of Program : Leads to Employment
Program Length : AAS: 63-64 credits- 4 semesters, CA: 30 credits - 2 semesters, CO: 15 credits - 1 semester

*Covid-19 Updates*

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Degrees and Certifications

  • Associate of Applied Science (AAS) – Automotive Technology (63-64 credits)
  • Certificate of Achievement (CA) – Automotive Technology (30 credits)
  • Certificate of Competence (CO) – Automotive Technology (15 credits)

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The following is the tuition associated with an Associate of Applied Science degree in Automotive Technology with 63 credits. The cost of tools, supplies, and additional fees are NOT included in the tuition listed below.

  • Resident Tuition: $8,253 ($131/ credit)

  • Non-Resident Tuition: $21,735 ($345/ credit)

  • Non-Resident Pacific Isle Exemption Tuition: $12,379.50 ($196.50/ credit)
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