College Confidential’s “Dean,” Sally Rubenstone, put together 25 of her best tips. Get your free copy of the "25 Tips from the Dean" eBook and get helpful advice on how to choose a college, get in, and pay for it: http://goo.gl/9zDJTM
Hello! I would like to start out by introducing myself, I'm Ryan! I'm a current Computer Science major at Seton Hill University.
Now, to my question. For my Calculus 1 class I was told to write a paper on how we would use Derivatives and Calculus in general for our major. This is where I am stuck... I know that I need a lot of math (Calc 1&2, Discreet, Linear, Stats), but I am not sure how calculus will be practical. I've heard that it can be helpful in programming, but I have no interest in programming for the rest of my life. I'm hopefully starting my networking and internet security classes next semester, because those areas interest me the most. I don't see how I would use Calc in Security or I.T. I've tried looking at many sources, and haven't had time to make an appointment with my advisor, so I'm kind of stuck at the moment. If anybody has some background or information that would great. Thanks!