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Not sure what the exact term is for what I described, anyone knows?

Anyways what engineering degree is best suited for me?

I was looking at the CS engineering program and they had very little math they dont even have multi-variable calculus only linear algebra and single variable.

I was looking at engineering physics and it has the most maths which i like but has a bunch of boring classical physics / modern physics classes. Good thing about it though is that i can pick a Masters in Applied Mathematics branch - System optimization.

Electrical had good math, cs and circuits but i couldnt pick the Applied Math masters after bachelors.

Thanks for reading, any help/tips will be greatly appreciated-