Undergraduate degrees (Undergrad)

Intakes

Aug, Jan

Deadlines

Jul, Nov
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Faculty Facts

Annual tuition fees

$27,450

Duration

4 Years

Intakes

Aug, Jan

Study language

English

Delivery mode

On-Campus

Degree type

Bachelor

List of Programs

  1. Accounting
  2. Agricultural Science
  3. Art
  4. Biology*
  5. Business Administration
  6. Chemistry*
  7. Child Life Specialist
  8. Clinical Laboratory Science*
  9. Communication
  10. Computer Science – STEM designated
  11. Criminal Justice/Sociology
  12. Digital Media and Design
  13. Elementary Education*
  14. English
  15. Creative Writing
  16. Environmental Science
  17. Environmental Studies
  18. Hispanic Studies
  19. History and Political Science
  20. Kinesiology*
  21. Kinesiology-Athletic Training
  22. Mathematics*
  23. Middle Grades Education*
  24. Music
  25. Nursing
  26. Organizational Leadership
  27. Philosophy and Religion
  28. Psychology
  29. Psychology/Occupational Therapy
  30. Secondary Education*
  31. Social Work
  32. Sociology and Psychology
  33. Special Education*
  34. Sports Management

*Choice of BA or BS

Requirements

Academic Requirements

  • GPA First-Year Student: 2.2 minimum
  • GPA Transfer Student: 2.0 minimum (including only transferrable coursework)

 

English Tests Requirements

TOEFL-IBT

79

IELTS

6

PTE Pearson

53

About Faculty

Students at Eureka College receive personal and professional connections with staff and faculty. Not to mention our 10 Essentials Curriculum, allows students to tailor their general education courses.

Top Reasons to Study in Eureka College

1. Eureka College students are confident, attractive candidates for employment: The graduating class of 2017-18 had a 97% Career Outcomes Rate, and 97% of surveyed alumni say they felt “prepared to succeed” after graduation.

2. Designated a Campus Historic District on the National Register of Historic Places, Eureka College, chartered in 1855 in central Illinois, has a proud tradition of increasing access to high-quality education: It was the first college in the state and the third in the US to admit both men and women.

3. Eureka College creates leaders dedicated to the greater good: By participating in a community of living and learning throughout their studies, students develop social awareness, understand the value of service, and work to further the welfare of humanity.

Ranking & Accreditation of Eureka College

  • #23 Top Regional Colleges Midwest U.S. News & World Report, 2022
  • #13 in the Best Value Schools Regional Colleges Midwest U.S. News & World Report, 2022
  • 21st U.S. News and World Report Ranked Eureka College 21st in Social Mobility Regional College in the Midwest for enrolling and graduating large proportions of financially-disadvantaged students awarded Pell Grants.

Student Accommodation at Eureka College

  • Housing: $7,129
  • Dining: $5,289
  • Other: $2,050

 

Deadline:

Jul, Nov
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