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Leadership or Math

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Replies to: Leadership or Math

  • IndianaGrad65IndianaGrad65 Registered User Posts: 1,172
    for a math minor I would have to take one extra statistics course and two 3 cr. 300 level math classes. I am taking statistical techniques this summer and calc 2 next summer, regardless of if I get the math minor or not. I was pretty good at math in high school (completed calc BC and physics C).

    Leadership minor has two types of classes. Leading in business and leading in the military. I would have to take both types of classes.
  • yaganonyaganon Registered User Posts: 100 Junior Member
    Math
    recruiters love good math backgrounds.
  • openedskittlesopenedskittles Registered User Posts: 954 Member
    Leadership sounds laughable. I can not take that seriously as a major as it seems like a huge load of BS; it's like saying you have a degree in experience! I would do neither if I were you.
  • jonahrubinjonahrubin Registered User Posts: 547 Member
    My school has a leadership program which actually makes you take on a project(some kind of volunteer nonsense) and you get evaluated somehow. God knows I wouldn't take it, but it's not like it's just classes.

    I know employers at my school pushed for the silly program. I think they are wrong, just as I think it's silly of them to care if someone organized a bake sale for the Finance Club...but it is what it is.
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