Adult Undergraduate & Graduate Admissions
Welcome Prospective Students
Welcome from the Graduate and Adult Undergraduate Admissions Office! While Eastern University is a nationally-honored University, it has always been set apart for a global cause. Our address may be in Pennsylvania, but our impact reaches over 80 countries through thousands of proud alumni who have been instilled with a message greater than just what a textbook can teach. It's a message fueled by faith, reason, and justice. That is why Eastern continues to be the birthplace of inspired action.
Choose from a variety of accredited Graduate and Adult Undergraduate programs.
Our programs are offered at convenient locations through Pennsylvania and beyond.
- Main Campus: St. Davids, PA
- Center City Philadelphia
- East Falls, Philadelphia
Choose How You Learn Best
Depending on the degree, you may have options from one to four different delivery models:
Students take one course at a time for 6 or 8 weeks per course. All classes and coursework are completed exclusively online. Online coursework is asynchronous, meaning you can do your work when it is best for you to meet the deadlines.
Classes are completed exclusively online.
Students take one course at a time for 6 or 8 weeks per course. Classes are mostly on-ground, typically held one evening a week from 6-10pm. Additional coursework is completed online in an asynchronous style, meaning you can do your work when it is best for you to meet the deadlines.
Classes are mostly on-ground, with additional coursework completed online.
In this unique approach, students have the on-ground classroom experience condensed into a few days every few months. Coursework is finished online in an asynchronous style, meaning you can do your work when it is best for you to meet the deadlines. The length and frequency of residencies vary by program.
Classes are condensed into a few days every few months on-ground, with coursework completed online.
Following a traditional academic calendar, students can take up to 18 credits during Fall and Spring semesters, plus 6 credits maximum in each of 2 Summer semesters.
Classes follow a traditional academic calendar format.
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