Hello everyone, I am a community college student and plan to transfer to a UC for a mathematics major. I am very interested in pure mathematics and all of my math professors (those with phds) say I would be exceptionally good at it. I am still worried about getting a career though. Possible double majors I am currently considering (feel free to throw some out there) statistics Computer Science Electrical engineering Aerospace Engineering I don't think I will enjoy programming at all....I took a class and then dropped it because I just absolutley hated debugging my code. But there are areas of computer science that sound really cool like Machine learning and AI, that appear to also be very mathematical. Not sure how much coding those will require compared to the math. Electrical Engineering and Aerospace engineering both seem really cool. I am not sure how much I will understand all the wiring stuff but I am sure I would be taught. I would like to go more into theory. Any opinions on these majors and which I could apply more mathematics to? As for stats, well probability theory seems cool. Not sure if I would like things to do with sampling and such. All help is appreciated.