The Bachelor’s Degree
All University of Illinois Springfield online bachelor’s degree programs are Degree Completion Programs. Students are expected to have an associate degree, general education requirements completed, or at least 30 credit hours which demonstrate the ability to succeed in upper-level university courses.
The B.A. in Mathematical Sciences is 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.
Students should consult with academic advisors in the major for specific guidance regarding completion of general education requirements.
Required core and elective MAT courses must be numbered 330 or higher and must be taken for a letter grade. The CR/NC option is not acceptable. Transfer credit for upper-division coursework is evaluated on a case-by-case basis through the Student Petition process.
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