You will have math in every class: statics, fluid dynamics, soil mechanics, strength of materials, physics, chemistry, structural analysis, and everything else. The only thing you might not get math in would be university requirements for social sciences and arts.

Every class is a math class my boy ðŸ˜©

Yea I donâ€™t like math that much lol, thank you

You will have math in every class: statics, fluid dynamics, soil mechanics, strength of materials, physics, chemistry, structural analysis, and everything else. The only thing you might not get math in would be university requirements for social sciences and arts.

Donâ€™t be afraid! Engineering is half smarts and half persistence. But every class is a math class, so yeah.

You basically get a math minor along the way.

I actually looked that up at my school. I think it was 2 additional math classes for a minor.

That sounds about right. At mine it was one. A lot of us minored in math because of that.

6 semesters (Calc I-III, Lin Alg, DifEq, Stats) or 7 quarters (Calc I-IV, Lin Alg, DifEq, Stats).

Honestly you donâ€™t even used the math when you get past the classes. If you know integrals and derivatives youâ€™re fine

Engineering is all about not giving up. I think i finished with a 2.8 gpa. Now i work alongside all those guys who were smarter than me hahaha.

A lot. One or two classes short of a math minor.