I have a question to you guys and girls, and hope i don't sound silly.

I am into a University graduation in computer science and are going for a Master. What scares me and dissapoint me a bit, is that it looks like the study consists of 80 % mathematics and 20 % of what I define as pure computer related. There are also other high schools here where you can get a Master, without all the mathematics stuff. (I do not live in America)

I have understood that a lot of you are highly educated, and wonder about your opinion about which way to choose. Have you all gone the hard way through tons of mathematics books, and is this the only way to get a fully understanding ?

The problem is not that I do not handle the mathematics. It just feels like I am moving away from what I was supposed to move towards.(I have hardly time to use the computer anymore :( )

Another thing, what will the difference be for me with taking a college graduation with less mathematics contra a University where mathematics is overrepresented ?

I am into a University graduation in computer science and are going for a Master. What scares me and dissapoint me a bit, is that it looks like the study consists of 80 % mathematics and 20 % of what I define as pure computer related. There are also other high schools here where you can get a Master, without all the mathematics stuff. (I do not live in America)

I have understood that a lot of you are highly educated, and wonder about your opinion about which way to choose. Have you all gone the hard way through tons of mathematics books, and is this the only way to get a fully understanding ?

The problem is not that I do not handle the mathematics. It just feels like I am moving away from what I was supposed to move towards.(I have hardly time to use the computer anymore :( )

Another thing, what will the difference be for me with taking a college graduation with less mathematics contra a University where mathematics is overrepresented ?

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