When it comes to analyzing circuits, what kind of math is used in industry? Algebra or Calculus? I'm an EET major (not a real engineering degree I'm told:tongue:), and all of my first year DC, AC and devices are algebra based. Is analysis more efficient with calculus? Also, as an EET with a BS what can I expect to do when I graduate? I'd really like to know the major difference between and EE and EET major. I see you all talk a lot about things I've studied on here so I'm confused about what EEs do vs what I do. Thankies!