## Can I be an engineer if I hate math?

Yes , you can be an engineer if you’re not good at math .

**Is there engineering that doesn’t require math?**

Yes, there are several components of engineering that do not require lots of math and science. There are also some fields that are not as intensive as others. For example, some aspects of computer engineering or software engineering deal more with logic.

**Do you need to be really good at math to be an engineer?**

Originally Answered: Do engineers need to be good at math? Yes. They need to understand calculus, multivariable calculus, differential equations, linear algebra, and statistics so that they can understand what’s going on with the engineering models they use.

### Which engineering course has less maths?

Biotechnology and Chemical engineering has less Math in it, but atleast you have to three semesters facing the math that will be basic and advance of class 12th board maths.

**What jobs require no math?**

20 high-paying jobs that don’t require math

- Compliance manager.
- Marketing manager.
- Art director.
- Recruitment manager.
- Music teacher.
- Pediatrician.
- Documentation manager.
- Web developer.

**Which is the toughest engineering?**

The 5 Hardest Engineering Major

- Electrical Engineering. Most people agree that electrical engineering is easily among the hardest majors.
- Computer Engineering.
- Aerospace Engineering.
- Chemical Engineering.
- Biomedical Engineering.

#### What is the hardest engineering degree?

**Do engineers need to be good at math?**

That is exactly right. Engineering is not so much being good at math but more about having a passion for understanding how things work and interact. Let’s take a parabola as an example… y = x 2.

**What matters more than love of math in engineering?**

In engineering, what matters more than love of math is being a person that wants to understand how things work, likes to take things apart, and likes to put things together to make the world a better place.

## Why are so many engineers afraid of math?

What they don’t realize is that it took a fair amount of engineering ingenuity to accomplish these tasks. More than the fear of crashing or blowing off a finger, they are afraid of the “math” that it takes to become an engineer. Granted, a small percentage of graduate engineers will work in a R&D setting that will require high level math.

**Is it hard to become an engineer?**

More than the fear of crashing or blowing off a finger, they are afraid of the “math” that it takes to become an engineer. Granted, a small percentage of graduate engineers will work in a R&D setting that will require high level math. However, the reality is that the vast majority of engineers that graduate will work in industry.