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Mathematics as a college major

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This page evaluates mathematics as a college major. In other words, it can help you answer the question: Should I major in mathematics? The page offers relevant information and considerations, that you can then combine with private information about yourself in making decisions.
See all pages evaluating particular college majors|See our main pages on choosing a college major: factors to consider, Quora answers about college majors
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Course structure and learning recommendations

These pages give you a clearer idea of what to expect in a mathematics undergraduate program, and how to best prepare for it.

Quora answers

What is it like to major in math?

Why should one major in Mathematics?

How hard is it to major in math?

Can a math major get a PhD in an engineering field?