Top Occupational Therapy Schools in Hawaii

Interested in a graduate degree in Occupational Therapy from a top program within the state of Hawaii? We offer rankings of best Hawaii Occupational Therapy graduate programs. Review the following schools to see requirements for Master and Doctoral degrees in the area of Occupational Therapy.

Occupational Therapy Schools in Hawaii


Hawaii [ha va ɪ, ha va ɪ i, English hə w ɑ ː i ː ], abbreviation Ha., Post officially HI, US state, including the Hawaiian Islands, English Hawaiian Islands, 16,634 km 2, (2017) 1.43 million residents. The capital is Honolulu (351 800 residents; Metropolitan Area 988 600 residents) on the island of Oahu, the capital of the island of Hawaii is Hilo (43 300 residents). Hawaii is divided into 5 administrative districts (counties).

Law and Politics

According to the Constitution of 1950 (in force since June 27, 1959) there is a Senate with 25 members elected for four years and a House of Representatives with 51 deputies elected for two years. Hawaii is represented in Congress by 2 senators and 2 MPs.


The population has grown steadily since the 1950s (1950: around 500,000 residents), primarily due to immigration, and has almost tripled since then (2017: 1.43 million residents). 10.1% of the population are Polynesians, 38.0% Asians, 25.1% White (immigrated from other US states), 1.8% Black (African American), 25.0% are of other ethnic origins or mixed race.

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