what major should i choose in college i am not good in math and science?
i am currently senior in highschool, and i am really struggling in physics. i was thinking about major in electrical engineer or software engineer, but i am start to worrying about what major to decide.. i was interested in business,computer major but i heard that business major is really useless and it's hard to get a job with business major degree.. what major should i decide when i go to college? and i am going to attend community college
Asked By: ssssssssss - 10/21/2008
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Well, I am a freshman computer science major. It is a lot more math intensive than I expected, unfortunately. If you are not good at math, I'd probably stay away from it. Programming relies heavily on problem solving and the ability to formulate mathematical algorithms... More
Answered By: Rick C - 10/22/2008
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if you plan on going ahead to a 4 year university you shouldn't worry too much about your major. whatever your gut is telling you, go for it! because of ge however, you are guarenteed to take at least one or two math and science classes. and both computer and business has math, but you are always going to ahve a... More
Answered By: Armenian Princess - 10/21/2008
From what you've said, none would be a suggestion. Electrical/electronics/computer engineering has some math requirements, and electronics touches on some physics, but it's not nearly as tough as physical science degrees. An electrical or automated systems degree from a junior college can be good enough for a good job... More
Answered By: E. F. Hutton - 10/21/2008
You might go for Biology and then go to Med School afterwards.
Answered By: youngman - 10/21/2008
It is very rare that you run into someone who completed a degree in the very first thing they declared as a major. If you are unsure at this point, don't freak out over it. As a few others have said, you will more than likely learn what you like to do as you go through your core classes. I started off as a Criminal... More
Answered By: Glitch - 10/22/2008
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