Hello all, I am currently a sophomore in high school, but I am thinking about this now because I know that it will be a tough decision down the road. Basically, I love math, and would love to solve challenging integrals all day, but I know that this is a very naive desire. I have a few questions- if you could answer one or more, I would greatly appreciate it. 1. Does an engineering major pair well with pure math for a double major? 2. Are there different types of engineering majors? 3. Obviously this is specific to schools, but generally how time consuming are pure math and engineering majors? Would I have any free time as a double major? 4. If I decide to pursue a Ph.D in engineering, what will my employment options be? 5. Engineering careers are obviously heavily dependent on mathematics, but how much math could I expect to do by hand? (i.e. would I ever solve a differential equation again, or is everything done by computers?) I am sure that I will have more questions soon. For now, I am going to bed, but I look forward to reading any replies in the morning. Thank you for your time.