After months and months of research looking for a good mathematics degree online that's regionally accreditated, and I think I may have found a program that will set me up for grad school in mathematics and/or some other science. The program I found is at the University of Arkansas - Little Rock, which is a regionally accreditated school and a "legit" school according to the Department of Education. Anyways, I was hoping that some of y'all could take a look at the math requirements of the B.S. program: MATH 1302 College Algebra MATH 1451 Calculus I MATH 1303 Trigonometry MATH 1223 Introduction to Mathematics Software MATH 1452 Calculus II MATH 2453 Calculus III MATH 2310 Discrete Mathematics MATH 3322 Introduction to Differential Equations MATH 3312 Linear Algebra MATH 3310 Algebraic Structures I STAT 3352 Applied Statistics I MATH 4390 Senior Seminar MATH 4303 Advanced Calculus I MATH 4304 Advanced Calculus II MATH 4302 Complex Analysis or MATH 4310 Algebraic Structures II Upper-level Mathematics or Statistics course (3 hours) Upper-level electives (12 hours) Well, any feedback on the program at UALR would be greatly appreciated as I'd like to possibly enroll for the Spring 2009 or Summer 2009 semester if all goes well. Also, I understand that learning math entirely online will be a challenge, but I am willing to put in as much effort as required to earn my degree in math. Thanks.