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Minor for a (chemical) engineer

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I am currently thinking of minoring in math because I really love solving the problems. It's only four extra classes, which would be easily incorporated into my curriculum. I'm also considering physics because it fascinates me. I'm not really enjoying my E&M class, but I did enjoy calculus-based general physics. A physics minor is 3 extra classes, and I could take two of them as astrophysics classes. My dream job is working in the space industry with propulsion.

Which would be the most helpful? I realize that neither is required, but I really do want to expand my knowledge in both areas. I'll probably end up taking an extra class (or two) in the one I don't choose.
 

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