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What Math Classes do Engineers Take? - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mRxsfgilBKY
In this video I discuss "How much math do engineers use?" Specifically I dive into the math they use in college vs their career. For a video like this there isn't a right answer because there are millions of engineers out there all with their unique experience. But after asking and looking around you will find consistencies in what a typical engineer would experience in their job. To summarize the math in the engineering curriculum is typically more intensive than what you'll experience in your career. This is not to say your career will be easier, but it does mean that the rigorous math you did on your tests in engineering, is not typically what you'll do at a job. You still have to have a mathematical foundation on the advanced concepts, but you don't do the tedious work as much. If you do enjoy math then there are plenty of jobs out there that use math exclusively, but you may have to work your way up to those positions. You should look into what different engineering majors are like and make sure you go into a career that best fits your interests.