I've recently decided to shift from engineering to an MBA. Im in my final year of EE and once this year is over, I'll be getting into an MBA. It wasnt an easy decision to come to, and the one part that really gets to me is that I'll be giving up math!(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I mean, I know I wont completely give it up, cause any form of financial analysis requires at least a functional understanding of mathematics, but man! All those years spent studying DE's and complex analysis, geometry, algebra down the drain! That really really hurts. Im thinking of getting into heavy economics with a focus on management some how because I've heard it relies on mathematics, but other than that, it sound like the end of the road for math.

Anyone else go through something similar? How do you keep current or at least involved in a subject/field unrelated to your every day work/life?

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# Do you keep up with math in real life?

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