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Should you pursue Computer Science Engineering if Math doesn't excite you?

Short Answer

Yes, of course! All you need to make sure is that you are genuinely interested in pursuing computer science (CS) degree.


Long Answer

You will probably be pleasantly surprised to know that there are many opportunities out there in the field of computer science where you can work and excel even if you don't enjoy Math. We are going to list a few of them:

1) Frontend Developer :

These are the programmers who take care of website/app design. Javascript, ReactJS, HTML, CSS are popular languages/libraries for this purpose.

2) UX Designer :

Short form for User Experience Designer, it is mostly a creative role involving designing an interface flow and overall appearance of a website/app to optimize the user experience.

3) Backend Developer :

Server side of the website/app is taken care of by the backend developers. Almost 90 per cent of backend development task hardly involves any substantial Math. Backend development is generally done in languages like Java, Python, Golang, C++.

4) DevOps :

It involves building and maintaining the infrastructure and tools for quick development of software. Nowadays most of the devops work involve cloud services like AWS, Azure or Google Cloud.

Well, but what all fields of computer science should you avoid if you are not comfortable in Math. Those are:

1) Machine learning

2) Data Science

3) cryptography

4) Block chain



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