i want to get into computers but i want to major in math(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

some schools i'm interested in offer things like computational math

for example,

a school i might attend offers a few math majors

pure math

applied math

math-computer science

and math-scientific computation

the latter sounds most appealing to me, but would it be a competitive major in the computer field? or would the computer science one seem a lot more normal/acceptable?

do employers typically prefer plain computer science majors to math majors? who gets paid more?

what sort of jobs would something like computational math get me?

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