Mathematical Sciences

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  2. Application
  3. Curriculum
  4. Tuition

Program URL: http://www.uis.edu/math/

Campus: Springfield

Program Type: Bachelor's Degree

Award Conferred: Bachelor of Arts

Total Number of Credit Hours: 60 Sem. Hr(s).

The Mathematical Sciences program is designed to meet the ever-increasing demands for diverse quantitative skills. The curriculum provides an opportunity to obtain the Bachelor of Arts degree in Mathematical Sciences, designed to prepare students for careers using mathematics, operations research, and statistics in the fields of teaching, research, industry, insurance, and management or for graduate study in Mathematical Sciences or related areas. By making different choices from technical electives, students can prepare for a wide variety of careers. Those who plan to teach mathematics or work in engineering or the physical sciences should choose mathematics courses. Those who wish to apply mathematical methods to life sciences, social sciences, or business fields should choose operations research or statistics courses. Any of these choices provide excellent preparation for graduate work in fields that need quantitative skills. Enrollment Capacity The online Mathematics Program will accept new students each fall and spring semester. For best consideration, students should submit application materials as early as possible prior to the semester in which they would like to attend. Contact the Online Program Coordinator for specific information.


One University Plaza
Springfield, IL 62703
Phone: (217) 206-8405
E-mail: mathonline@uis.edu
Web page: http://www.uis.edu/math

College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Phone: (800) 323-9243
E-mail: clas@uis.edu

John Snyder 
Online Program Coordinator
One University Plaza, BRK 332
Springfield, IL 62703-
Phone: (217) 206-8272
E-mail: snyder.john@uis.edu

Maryland Residents:

The State of Maryland is currently taking steps to authorize institutions in certain other states, including Illinois, to offer online distance education programs and courses to students residing in Maryland. That authorization is expected to be completed by January 1, 2016. Students whose resident address is in Maryland are welcome to apply to University of Illinois online courses and programs, but will be able to begin taking courses only after the State of Maryland completes its authorization process.


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