I'm a computer engineering major and I would like to work designing hardware and systems. I believe I'm a great inventor and think in a very abstract fashion. My grades on non math classes stink, but my math and physics grades are well above the "A" curve. Scoring from 85-100 on exams. points of for the dyslexic moments not for lack of understanding. My 'dream' employer would be for the govmnt protecting our nation (US). They like to hire mathematicians among other scientists. for either minor I have to take four courses. Which of the minors if any would look better for my prospective employer? In the case of math which are some good courses to take? My math experience is the typical 3 semester calculus sequence, discrete math (didn't take anything away from this class but a little bit of different things such as set, graph theory, algorithms) and differential equations.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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