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## Which engineering is very hard?

**Electrical engineering** is considered to be one of the toughest Engineering courses by the students, mostly because of the abstract thinking involved.

## Is engineering difficult than medicine?

However, engineering has a much wider range of difficulty across different countries and universities than medicine. That's because medicine is inherently a more regulated degree across the world. … Therefore, **medicine can be said to be challenging across the board**, while engineering has more variable in its difficulty.

## Which engineering has the most math?

**Electrical engineering** is the most math heavy of the engineering disciplines. You rely heavily on differential equations when dealing with advanced circuit analysis and electromagnetism is basically a physics and math course.

## Is engineering really hard?

"Engineering" sounds like a difficult discipline. It involves more math and physics than most students want to take. It's true: **studying engineering is hard!** … And even though the classes are rigorous a dedicated student can make it through.

## Which engineering uses the least math?

What engineering major has the least math? **Civil engineering** is not too math intensive. You will still have to take 3 calculus classes, plus linear algebra and differential equations. You can thank ABET for that.

## Should I do engineering if I hate math?

**It's OK not to love math** if you want to pursue engineering! But you do have to learn how to do it and tolerate it because it will be a good chunk of your education. … Most of your math classes are in your first 2 years of college, then you're using foundational math in your other engineering courses after that.