The College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) offers 77 areas to study including BA, BS, BSN, BSW, minors, and pre-professional options. CAS houses prestigious programs like the Templeton Honors College, Leadership Fellows Program, W. Goode Scholars and Howard Fellows Program. Generally, but not limited to, entering CAS students can be described as recent high school graduates, transfer students, or international students.
The Campolo College of Graduate and Professional Studies includes the Loeb School of Education, School of Leadership and Development, School of Management Studies, Urban Studies Department, Counseling Psychology and Nursing.
Accelerated programs for working adults to achieve an associates or bachelors degree.
Online and Blended Online Programs.
Eastern students discover how to pursue this mission in over fifty programs offered by our colleges and seminary, including Associate's, Bachelor's, Master’s and Doctoral degree programs. Approximately 1,700 of our students study in a traditional undergraduate College of Arts and Sciences on our St. Davids campus, while approximately 2,700 are pursuing their educational goals in the Campolo College of Graduate and Professional Studies, Palmer Seminary and Esperanza College.