I am a dual enrollment student from Florida, and I recently decided that what I really want to go into is engineering. I know you have seen millions of threads about the same topic I am about to explain, but I need to make sure I make the right decision picking my major next year.
I am not that good at math, basically a B student. I will be honest most of my HS life I did not study really at all. I am taking college algebra this semester at a local community college. I took the ACT once and got a 24 on the math section if that helps. I am really worried about Calculus and Diff. Eq, I think I can do it if I try extra hard and get a tutor if neccesary.
Also, I plan to attend UCF for college and since math is not my best subject, I was looking into Industrial, Civil, and computer engineering or science. Which one of those has the best job opportunities? They all seem interesting to me