Hello Physics Forums- My name is Tyler Cutts, and I am a student at the University of South Florida. After some serious career and college thought, I have decided to change my major to Mathematics Education, which covers almost all of the content a Math major would take, as well as a minor in Physics. My first year of school and prior training was in Music, specifically being classically trained in the clarinet and piano. However, I decided I was only recreationally interested in music, but didn't have enough professional interest to carry on in music as a career. I have taken college level algebra as well as Euclidian geometry and PreCalculus. I take my first Calculus class in the Fall (AP Calculus was not offered to me in high school). Do any of you have advice on the rigors of majoring in math, and what to expect?