I'm going to school trying to earn a degree in Electronics Engineering, I'm in my third term of Applied Algebra: contd. Linear algebra, Geometry, Trig, etc.. I'm having to take electives like philosophy, group dynamics, etc. classes created to eat up my financial aide - it's killing me. I'm wanting to switch to part-time because all the bull **** classes are exhausting me and screwing up my G.P.A., as well as my funds. I'm not shirking away from the math work, I'm just asking an opinion Want I want to know is which of the Math disciplines is most widely used, or you find using most in your electronic. professions, or by a EET tech? I know the cornerstones of electronic laws i.e. Ohm's law & Kirchhoff Law 1&2. and other formulas that I learn from reading books. and sites like this. So if you could let me know what arithmetic areas I can expect to see a lot more of once I actually make it into the lab, Thank you.