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After BA in math, then engineer degree? HELP

  1. Feb 22, 2014 #1
    I'll finish my BA in math very soon. At the time, I majored mathematics due to my English skills. Also I always good at math. I didn't want to read application questions and never thought about engineer. However, while majoring mathematics, I took one elective course, Physics, and I absolutely enjoyed it. Moreover, my English improved a lot compared to four yeas ago.

    After getting BA in math, I'm thinking to get an engineer degree (I'm not sure which specific engineer yet). I had done all the math courses and got all As. So I know I have a strong background with math. I got an B in Physic course. I struggled with the timed test and with my reading speed. If I have B in Physics I, am I be able to try become an engineer?

    Is there anyone has same experience as me? How long will it take for me to get my second degree in engineer since I already have bachelor in math?

    Also which engineer filed deal with more mathematics?

    I hope someone will help me here.

    Thank you
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  3. Feb 22, 2014 #2

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    A half hour ago you were planning on getting a MS in math and teaching community college. I think you need to settle on what you want to do before figuring out how to do it.
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