University of Illinois at Springfield Rankings Based on Salary

  • University of Illinois at Springfield ranks better than only 48% of colleges, based on bachelor's salaries.
  • University of Illinois at Springfield ranks better than 78% of colleges, based on debt for a bachelor's degree.
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Salary and Debt by Major at University of Illinois Springfield

We calculated a salary score for each of University of Illinois Springfield's programs by comparing program-specific median alumni earnings to median alumni earnings for the same program across all schools that provide this data. This way, students can compare the relative salary strength of a specific major at University of Illinois Springfield to the same major at other schools. A school's overall score by level is a weighted average of all of its program scores. Data is sourced from the U.S. Department of Education's College Scorecard and was last updated in December 2020. It reflects median alumni debt upon graduation and median alumni earnings in the year after graduation for students who received federal financial aid.

Salary Scores for UIS Bachelor's Degrees

UIS ranks higher than 48% of colleges for bachelor's degrees, based on salary.

Field of Study Salary Score Median Debt Median Salary Salary Score
Accounting and Related Services 36% $17,735 $45,696 36%
Biology, General 82% $18,815 $33,993 82%
Business Administration, Management and Operations 56% $18,362 $44,244 56%
Clinical/Medical Laboratory Science/Research and Allied Professions 39% $15,000 $53,984 39%
Communication and Media Studies 48% $17,476 $33,281 48%
Computer Science 39% $19,434 $62,409 39%
Computer/Information Technology Administration and Management 39% Not Reported $52,107 39%
Criminal Justice and Corrections 44% $19,500 $34,526 44%
History 95% Not Reported $41,565 95%
Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities 65% $16,367 $35,701 65%
Mathematics 16% $22,561 $34,704 16%
Political Science and Government 24% $25,000 $30,409 24%
Psychology, General 48% $19,500 $29,685 48%
Social Work 17% $17,500 $28,055 17%
Sociology and Anthropology 93% $21,425 $36,042 93%

Salary Scores for UIS Master's Degrees

UIS ranks higher than 31% of colleges for master's degrees, based on salary.

Field of Study Salary Score Median Debt Median Salary Salary Score
Accounting and Related Services 5% Not Reported $50,856 5%
Business Administration, Management and Operations 40% $35,001 $65,089 40%
Clinical, Counseling and Applied Psychology 17% $44,374 $37,856 17%
Computer Science 18% $29,466 $79,808 18%
Computer Systems Analysis 45% Not Reported $78,971 45%
Educational Administration and Supervision 32% Not Reported $50,231 32%
History 16% Not Reported $29,685 16%
Human Services, General 51% $29,937 $44,782 51%
Legal Professions and Studies, Other 54% Not Reported $61,516 54%
Natural Resources Conservation and Research 45% Not Reported $48,823 45%
Public Administration 41% $28,207 $51,690 41%
Public Health 53% $29,501 $55,512 53%

University of Illinois at Springfield Reviews

Most Recent Reviews

J David 4/12/2020

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. Their... Read More

Jessie LaFrance 7/23/2019

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 a majority... Read More