Eureka College is a recognized top college for teacher education. Prospective teacher candidates study a core liberal arts curriculum and specific professional studies course. Programs available in: Elementary Education, Middle Grades Education, Secondary Education, Special Education and Vocal Music Education.
The Fine and Performing Arts division contains a variety of courses of study. Students choose from one of five majors and develop skills outside of the arts that prepare them for their future.
Humanities studies what it means to be human. The majors and minors in this division prepare students for a wide variety of career or life paths. Our humanities division offers a classic liberal arts college experience.
There are six majors, four minors, one secondary licensure program and several pre-professional programs available to students in the Science and Mathematics division. Here you can develop your analytical skills, prepare for a post-graduate program and gain an in-depth understanding of your field.
The Social Sciences and Business division at Eureka College offers various majors and experiential learning opportunities within those majors. Check out what makes our majors unique.
Eureka College: Learn. Serve. Lead.
Eureka College provides a balance between requirements all students must meet and the freedom for students to select courses that match their interests, skills and life plan. You will gain in-depth knowledge and understanding from our rigorous curriculum and earn a degree that prepares you for challenges you will face in your life and career.