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## Main Question or Discussion Point

So heres the rundown:

I just got into the electrical engineering department. However, ive already taken some intro EE classes (intro circuits, intro DSP, intro logic design) and even an advanced one (devices, transistors) and i really didnt like any of them at all.

However, i am also a math minor and ive loved all the classes, which are just the basics: calculus, multivariable calculus, DE, Linear algebra, intro to analysis.

Now my school doesnt have an official actuarial science program, but most people who go into actuarial sciences graduate with a BS in math and take stat, econ, classes on the side.

IF i go into EE, i know that there is a good chance i wont like it. However, if i go into math, i dont know if i will like it. Ive taken some intro and some higher level math classes and i loved those, but will i like the upper level probability and statistics classes required for actuarial exams?

I just got into the electrical engineering department. However, ive already taken some intro EE classes (intro circuits, intro DSP, intro logic design) and even an advanced one (devices, transistors) and i really didnt like any of them at all.

However, i am also a math minor and ive loved all the classes, which are just the basics: calculus, multivariable calculus, DE, Linear algebra, intro to analysis.

Now my school doesnt have an official actuarial science program, but most people who go into actuarial sciences graduate with a BS in math and take stat, econ, classes on the side.

IF i go into EE, i know that there is a good chance i wont like it. However, if i go into math, i dont know if i will like it. Ive taken some intro and some higher level math classes and i loved those, but will i like the upper level probability and statistics classes required for actuarial exams?