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University of Illinois at Springfield

6 Reviews

Salary Score







80% of 6 students said this degree improved their career prospects
100% of 6 students said they would recommend this school to others
By the OnlineU team | Updated 2/21/2023

Fast Facts

Average Financial Aid: $13,564

Accreditation: University of Illinois at Springfield is acredited by 4 agencies

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Salary Score for Online Degrees at University of Illinois at Springfield

Bachelor's Degrees

Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities $19,193 $34,644 60
Business Administration, Management and Operations $19,250 $41,513 48
Computer Science $20,737 $64,516 46
Political Science and Government $23,437 $32,683 43
Psychology, General $18,886 $27,264 38
Communication and Media Studies $15,000 $30,221 35
Mathematics $22,429 $39,326 30
English Language and Literature, General $28,784 $21,316 10

Master's Degrees

Business Administration, Management and Operations Not Reported $71,137 51
Natural Resources Conservation and Research $24,015 $48,501 45
Human Services, General $34,554 $44,260 45
Public Health Not Reported $48,819 37
Public Administration $30,500 $48,642 30
Computer Science $27,620 $75,512 13

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J David

Reviewed: 4/12/2020

Degree: Mathematics

I cannot express how happy I found the UIS online degree program. I decided to go back to school for the 4th time in my mid-forties and finally get my bachelors degree. I've tried several different programs with different schools over the last 20 years and was never successful in balancing a full time job with schoolwork. UIS has created the perfect program for working adults. It is challenging enough to keep learners engaged while offering the convenience that working adults require to get it done.... Read More

Jessie LaFrance

Reviewed: 7/23/2019

Degree: Mathematics

I greatly appreciated University of Illinois, Springfield in that this institution allowed me hold a full-time teaching job while pursuing my second undergraduate degree, online. While it was sometimes challenging to achieve thorough and timely communication with instructors (all communication is done via email), I believe that the pros definitely outweighed the cons. I was able to study on my own time, and was never required to be physically present for any classes. Since I worked two jobs during... Read More

Marcus Suzuki

Reviewed: 4/29/2019

Degree: Mathematics

The math degree at UIS was definitley doable. I think that the program provided clear to understand notes that are easily accessible online. I loved my professors and it felt like they were always available to talk or when I had questions. The program was clearly laid out and defined so that you could graduate in time. I remember that there were a couple of different routes that you could take when completing your undergraduate degree. You have the option to major in Statistics, or a more general... Read More

Michelle Ver Hagen

Reviewed: 3/16/2019

Degree: English

I was enrolled in the 100% online bachelor's degree in English with a concentration in "Literary Studies." I thoroughly recommend this program to anyone interested in studying English. It was thorough in that I had the opportunity to study not only the classics but also more modern works from all different cultural backgrounds. I read and wrote about authors from China, Africa, Japan, France, Sweden, Norway, England, Denmark, India, Pakistan, and many other places. This multi-cultural education expanded... Read More


Reviewed: 9/14/2015

Degree: Liberal Studies

U.I.S. has a great reputation throughout the state. The Human Service program is outstanding, I have learned tremendously and my instructors are on top of assistance, knowledgeable and fair. I went to a private online college prior and enjoyed it yet was accelerated and not well known throughout the community. I also have a easier time getting employment based on U.I.S. recognition.


Reviewed: 6/29/2015

Degree: Computer Science

The college is good if you are in that region. If you are not, they can't really do much for you since they are a regional university. Unless you are able to attend UIUC or other top rated programs, I would stick to programs close by. Some courses were good, were challenging, and taught you a lot where others didn't. I guess you could get that anywhere.