Bachelor of Arts in Mathematical Sciences
The Bachelor of Arts 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. Those who plan to teach mathematics or work in engineering or the physical sciences should choose mathematics courses as electives. 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.
Online - Some exams may be proctored
To apply to enter the online Mathematics (MAT) Program, students must have a grade point average of 2.00 or higher on a 4.00 scale from an accredited college or university.
All upper division math classes have prerequisites; students may enter the university without three semesters of calculus but these must be completed before taking any math class which requires them.
Contact the Online Program Coordinator for specifics.
The UIS Mathematical Sciences program offers an online Mathematics minor to complement the University's online majors. It requires students to take 24 semester hours, of which 12 hours must be upper division coursework taken at UIS.