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No, you can't be an electrical engineer with a math degree.

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Your question and post makes no rational sense.

You claim to be "interested" in electrical engineering, but feel that it isn't worth getting a degree in (not sure why!). You also are more interested in math (at least, you think you do since you haven't done a lot of mathematics, really).

So why the heck does this question even come up?

And no, you cannot be an engineer with a math degree, no more than you can be surgeon with a math degree.

Zz.

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You could do a master degree in EE with a math degree, but by itself it wouldn't leave you with the skills required for an EE job.

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There is no way that you can do either math or EE if you cannot do fractions. You need basic math proficiency before worrying about math vs. EE.there's still things I don't know how to do like fractions etc

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