Last semester, though, my Calculus teacher was very enthused by my interest in math. He suggested me to consider a major or double major including math. He claimed that having a math degree shows your problem-solving abilities and is a great complement to a Computer Science degree. It seemed obvious to me at face value, though I never really thought about it before. I suppose it depends on the job?

Regardless, I will probably at least minor in math, and going on with a math major is a great possibility. Do any of you have experience with this in any way? I would ideally like to be hired as a programmer some day, that's all I really know so far. Again, I imagine it mainly depends on the type of job you're looking at. I think a strong background in math is a great advantage if you're looking to work as a programmer for any kind of scientific research company, but would it be

*less*relevant as a game programmer? I'd love for some professional input on this, thanks