On Fri, 08 Nov 2013 08:12:59 -0700, mat19 <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I did my undergrad in computer science and now I am pursuing my major in > it from an average university. My problem is ever since I was in my > undergrad I always wanted to do something in mathematics as it always > fascinated me.My Grandfather was a mathematician so he was always been > my inspiration.I didn't made a decision to do my major in mathematics as > now I am not in touch of it thats y scared. So now I am trying to search > a topic which is midway between computers and maths but I am unable to > find a direction! > My problem is I am still unsure if I should change my major in > mathematics or I should continue with computer science? > Which is better?or Looking at my background what can be ideal for me? >
Before you make a decision, you should take an advanced mathematics course---one which emphasizes Definitions, Theorems, and their proofs. You may find that such things aren't your dish of tea. But you will need to deal heavily in them in a mathematics major.
- --Lou Talman Department of Mathematical & Computer Sciences Metropolitan State University of Denver