Hello, I apologize for the ambiguous thread title. I am in the process of choosing electives and was wondering what sort of CSE/statistics skills (outside of what is required in a typical EE program) would prove useful to me after I graduate. Aside from core requirements, I have completed introductory programming courses (C++, MATLAB). Some topics I've been looking into: - Computer Science and Engineering: Data structures and algorithms - Statistics: My school requires all EE's to take a probabilistic analysis class with the following description: "Probabilistic and statistical analysis of electrical and computer systems. Discrete and continuous random variables, expectation and moments. Transformation of random variables. Joint and conditional densities. Limit theorems and statistics. Noise models, system reliability and testing." Would taking additional statistics courses be useful? If it helps, some of my interests lie in astronautics, semiconductors, and robotics. Does anyone have any suggestions?