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Do you have to take many Math classes to major in Engineering?

I am considering Engineering as Major however I have difficulty with some Math so not sure how successful I would be studying Engineering #professor

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Ben’s Answer

I am not personally an engineering major. But a lot of my friends in college are engineers. Here's what I've observed from talking with them. Any engineering major is one of the most challenging majors in college. My friends are pretty good at math and science but they are always complaining to me about the high an difficult their work load is. I want you to ask yourself this question: are your TRULY passionate about learning about engineering? Can you dedicate numberous hours to extremely challenging math and science courses? If you have the passion, ambition, and the drive to dedicate your time to those topics. Then yes I would recommend you look into engineering. If your answer is "no I'm not extremely passionate or dedicated to learning these challenging courses," I would recommend looking into other majors.


I hope this helps you out! Feel free to reach out in the comments if you have any further questions. Have a great day!

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DAVID’s Answer

to major in engineering note the following
1. in high school you need to take chemistry, physics, biology and math all levels including calculus, plus take all the honor and advanced level courses you can. This will prepare you to survive the first two years of general engineering in college. The colleges say look to the left, look to the right only one of you will make it.
2. being preprepared in high school will lessen the shock of taking chemistry, physics and 4 semesters of calculus to move on in the college engineering program


math is a must

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