Math is something that I enjoy doing and am very good at, and I would like to pursue it as my major in preparation for medical school. I feel that it would increase my critical thinking skills and my problem-solving skills. However, I was wondering if anyone could tell me what sort of classes I woul

i am looking into a career in chemical engineering. what are the major cities that have employment opportunity's in this profession? what is the median salary for this profession?

I'm extremely lucky to be passionate about many things. Mainly, those things include math and music. I can't imagine picking one over the other. Is double majoring a good idea? Will I be swallowed by schoolwork and other responsibilities?

I am asking this because I want to become A math teacher for a little bit to see how it is teaching students what you know from your knowledge. I also would like to know more new skills about math and see more of the challenging problem solving throughout my college year.

I personally am going to be in an engineering/mathematics position, and I want to make sure I am doing the right thing. I am seeking tips on how to act in my first professional employment and what I should be doing that isn't explicitly stated.

I plan to major in computer science which is in the engineering school at the college I'll be attending. I want to know if, given the opportunity, I could earn a degree in engineering even though math has not been my strongest point in education.

I will be graduating with a bachelor's degree in mathematics in May 2017. My plan is to become a high school math teacher, and possibly teach abroad. Should I pursue a master's degree because I want to study abroad? Is it necessary to have one in order to teach at the schools I want to teach at over

I have considered studying a Calc textbook during the summer to learn the basics and start to take my understanding of math to a deeper level. I would love advice on approaching the subject matter and becoming an expert in my field. Thank you in advance!

I know some people prefer to major in math and others just take the major in economics, but is there a preference in the labor force? Will the demand for one be higher, and which one is more flexible to getting a job?

I will be majoring in mechanical engineering and I heard some difficult things about it. I heard it is a very intense course and it should be something you care about? I am a math and science kind of person, so I am wondering if it is the correct choice to go into engineering.

I was wondering if becoming math teacher would be difficult an stressful, because so far anyone who has asked me about my major and i've replied with math, they've said good luck.

i am interested in going into the field of chemical engineering. what exactly are some of the major classes i will have to take? what is a good college to attend for this program?

Hello! I favorite subject in school is math and I love working with numbers so I am interested to find out what careers you think might be a good fit for me. Do you work with numbers a lot in your job? If so, what do you do? What kind of math do you do and what programs do you use a lot? Thanks!!

Hai I am Poomitha i am studying in 9th standard. Maths is problem solving subject how to improve maths skills? algebra, log, mensuration someone is easy other one is tough. and also How to improve science skills?

Hi I am in 10th grade and i am trying to decide between being a civil engineer and business marketing manger. I really like math, but at the same time i like to create and design objects.

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I am still trying to figure out which branch of engineering is best for me. I like to do math, but i am not that great at physics. I am ok with chemistry but not a whole lot go it. Could i get a list of which branches would be best for me? If applicable

I'm a student from Abraham Lincoln high school. Last year, i just found out that i liked math and i want my career to be something involves to math also so i really like to decorator the interior of the house , are there any career that i could do within my major???????????????