||[Jan. 17th, 2011|11:03 am]
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Currently I'm in the Business Administration studies program at my school, and have almost all of my basic requirements completed except for math. I cannot sit through and focus on numbers for long periods of time which makes the hard part (math) of my degree extremely difficult to get through.
Recently I've become extremely interested in Social Economics, and started looking into social economics degrees, but it doesn't seem like they're just general like the Business Administration is. Instead I'd have to choose behaviorial sciences like Anthoropology, or Political Sciences, Sociology, or straight up Economics.
In the BA degree I would have to take elementary calc or advanced stats anyway so I feel like switching to a social sciences economics degree wouldn't be that big of a change, but I'm just so intimidated by the math that it is holding me back from moving forward with this.
How can I get over my fear of math?
Should I just give up on this idea, and continue trudging along with my current course of study? Would it really be that much of a change anyway?
I'd make more money as an economoist in the long run, but am scared about how long it will take me to get there.
I currently work in an administrative position, as well as public relations so the practical application of these degree's is already in motion, but which one should I do?