I'm currently going for my Master's in math (bachelors in applied math) but while applying I had to make the choice between math and computer engineering. I went ahead and chose math because when looking at job postings it seemed like it was an acceptable degree for several of them. Almost all of them actually, unless the word engineer was in the title. I'm interested in going into artificial intelligence and wanted to see if anyone with a math degree actually landed a job in the field and what kind of things they do. From those people with experience in the field, is it better if I try to switch over? My university offers more pure math courses (Topology, Lattice Theory, Differential Geometry for example) than applied ones at the graduate level. It offers some statistics courses but it's not offered as it's own degree. Even then some are are statistical theory which I'm not too familiar with. Any suggestions or advice would be welcomed. Thank you.