Average Annual Electrical Power-Line Installer & Repairer Salary in Hawaiʻi


  1175 Manono Street Hilo, HI 96720

  Electrical Installation & Maintenance

  (808) 934-2500

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Program Faculty:

  Renee Dela Cruz


  (808) 934-2666

  Patrick Pajo


  (808) 934-2667

Tuition & Fees : $11,725
Program Type : Trade Program
Location : Hawai'i / Hawai'i Island / Hilo
Trade School : Hawai'i Community College
Purpose of Program : Leads to Employment
Program Length : AAS: 71 credits - 4 semesters, CA: 62 credits - 4 semesters

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Degrees and Certifications

  • Associate of Applied Science (AAS) – Electrical Installation & Maintenance Technology (71 credits)
  • Certificate of Achievement (CA) – Electrical Installation & Maintenance Technology (62 credits)

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The following is the tuition and fees associated with an Associate of Applied Science degree in Electrical Installation & Maintenance Technology with 71 credits. Tools, equipment, and books cost approximately $2,424 and this is included in the tuition listed below.

  • Resident Tuition: $11,725 ($131/ credit)

  • Non-Resident Tuition: $26,919 ($345/ credit)

  • Non-Resident Pacific Isle Exemption Tuition: $16,375.50 ($196.50/ credit)
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