Friday, July 27, 2007

Math courses aid science studies

Students who had more math courses in high school did better in all types of science once they got to college, researchers say. On the other hand, while high school courses in biology, chemistry or physics improved college performance in each of the individual sciences, taking a high school course in one science didn't result in better college performance in the others.
So that Psychology degree with the Art History minor will probably not translate into a high paying job in nuclear physics or Data Center Management?
Why didn't somebody do a study about this and publish it?

I present the following pictures.
Psychology students.

Math students.
Which group of people do you want running your Data Center?


Fritz said...


OkieRover said...

Did I touch a nerve Psych-boy?