Which is a more promising major: math, physics or comp sci?
I'm interested in all 3, and I can't choose one... Which would land me a better job if I decided not to go to grad-school? Which one (or combination thereof) would be a good choice if I want to get into the field of artificial intelligence?
Asked By: Bill - 11/4/2007
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I earned my Undergraduate degree in Computer Science and in my school, it is under the Faculty of Math so I know many math majors also... More
Answered By: Tyler - 11/4/2007
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With the reliance we(humans) have on computers/machines I would think that comp sci would be the best choice. Because of our reliability on these things it would lead me to believe that the job security and wages would all be there
Answered By: jesus_and_the_decibels - 11/4/2007
If you did not go to grad school, computer science is the best option. You can't get a decent job in math or physics without at least a masters degree.
Answered By: Vicente - 11/5/2007
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