I just finished my first year of in an accredited electrical engineering program. Right now i am trying to decide what area of EE suits me best. I am very interested in mathematical analysis and mathematics in general , probably more than EE; i plan to take courses in analysis later on in my program ( i`m trying to get some mathematical maturity before i touch analysis, since i don`t have much of a formal mathematical education). I like EE just as much as the next guy but i also have a passion for math. What areas of EE are very mathematical ? I do not just want to take tons of math courses and spend money on something that would probably not be useful to me ( apart from providing a measure of content). From what I understand, most EE jobs are just programming and running mathlab simulations ( this is very ignorant of me ofcourse, but i group things like VSL circuit design as programming ). I wouldn`t really enjoy just jobs very much. I would have taken a math degree, but i was persuaded otherwise seeing as getting a job with a math degree is not as easy as with an engineering degree. So i just wanted to find out if anyone has some suggestions for me.