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A job in a math-related field

  1. Apr 18, 2010 #1

    I am going to be a college freshman this fall. Right now I'm listed as a computer science major but I am going through a lot of thinking as to what kind of major/career I want. I wanted to ask you all how you guys realized a math-related career (computer science, physics, engineering, accounting, actuary, etc) was right for you?

    You see, I don't hate math, but I don't love it either. I am taking calc 3 at a CC right now and its not too bad but a lot of times, I have absolutely no idea what the professor is talking about. I am afraid that I'm going to grunt through first and second year core subjects, only to find out that I don't really like the junior/senior coursework.

    thank you for the advice
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