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Math or Physics Minor?

  1. Oct 22, 2007 #1
    Hey all,

    I'm currently an EE student at Bradley University in Peoria, IL. We are required to take a "Professional Elective Stem" (PES), which is a fancy way of saying "electives that make sense together." For instance, there is a Mechanical PES which involves taking statics, dynamics, thermo, etc, or a Business PES which has enough credits to get oneself a minor in business.

    I've been strongly considering applying my PES to either a physics or a math minor...and I'm hoping that you guys can help me map out the pro's/con's to each, as well as what each would vaguely look like in terms of which courses are normally associated with either minor. I have set up an appointment with my advisor to discuss the same matters, but that is a few days from now and I'm pretty impatient and would like to get a feel as to what either route would offer.

    I should also note that I am intending on attending grad school, probably only for a masters, but who knows.
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