Find Your Major

The Leadership minor provides students with leadership strategies that enable them to create and nurture partnerships on a personal, organizational, and public level. The program cultivates an understanding of ethical leadership and leadership theoretical frameworks. Through opportunities to practice current leadership strategies, students will learn how to participate, educate and affect their communities.

  • To increase knowledge of leadership theory and practices.
  • To develop effective leadership skills.
  • To cultivate leadership skills to effectively participate in their communities.



Complete degrees in Business Administration or Organizational Leadership.  If you have an associate’s degree (AA, AS, AAS considered on individual basis) or 60 transferrable credits and a 2.0 GPA, you are eligible to apply.


The program includes in-person courses. You have the support of your classmates and a faculty advisor to enable your success.


Organizational Leadership Degree Completion Program Schedule

You would complete one in person course at a time in six weeks over three weekends.  Class meets Friday evening and Saturday.  


Tuition:  $7,250.00 a semester ($650.00 a credit hour, $1,400.00 for an online course)


Fully complete the application for admission. 


Request official transcripts, in English, from all colleges and universities be sent to Eureka College.


Note: Applications are considered on a rolling basis following receipt of all
required items.  All supporting materials should be mailed to:


Eureka College
Office of Admissions
300 E. College Avenue
Eureka, IL 61530


For more information, please contact the Office of Admissions at (309) 467-6825 or email




Program Objectives

  • Leadership Theory
  • Ethical Leadership
  • Current Leadership Issues
  • Creation/Nurturing of Partnerships
  • Effective Leadership Practices
Characteristics of a Good Leader
Cross-Cultural Focused
Enjoy Developing Others
Good Communicator

Staff Contacts

Cory Geraths

Assistant Professor of Communication (309) 467-6879

Burrus Dickinson - 301

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Eureka graduates are employed or enrolled in graduate school within six months of graduation.