Hello everyone, I will be an incoming freshman next academic year at my local uni. I've been looking at and talking about majors with my friends and family and many mentioned that computer science was a very in demand, practical, and lucrative field (well, relatively lucrative, lol :tongue:). I've always been a very average math and science student in high school. I got mostly B's and A-'s, but rarely ever got an "A." To be honest, I think a lot of that had to do with work ethic, as I didn't always put in the long hours some of my peers did. Although I'm currently not as interested in other science fields as a potential major, computer science is the one "science" that really sounds intriguing to me. I've always loved working on computers and the thought of doing some kind of programming on one sounds quite neat to me. Anyhow, I am wondering what level and kinds of math would be needed to do computer science? How math savy do you guys think a person would have to be in order to do well in computer science?