30 mathheavy engineering fields (with classification)
In this post, we’re going to discover the 29 mathheavy engineering fields and their classification
we’re going to classify the math heaviness into 3 categories:
 the easiest
 the medium
 the harder
The easiest Math engineering fields
The first part you will find below is the easiest or the less mathheavy engineering field that you can follow if you feel not good enough in mathematics and want to become an engineer.
We picked 9 fewer math engineering fields and pointed what are the math subjects that you will study in each subject.
engineering fields  math that you will study 
Transportation Engineering  Calculus and statistics 
Textile Engineering  precalculus or calc 1 in extreme cases 
Production Engineering  algebra 
Power Engineering  Algebra and a little bit of calculus 
Environmental Engineering  Algebra and some precalculus 
Mining Engineering 

Biotechnology Engineering  algebra and basic math 
Construction Engineering  trigonometry 
Communications Engineering  Precalculus and algebra basic stuff 
The medium Math engineering fields
At this level, you will find the medium math intensity engineering fields. in Other words, the domains where you will study regularly mathematics.
These engineering fields are harder than a firstlevel engineering field that you have seen in the first table.
engineering fields  math that you will study 
Telecommunication Engineering 

Structural Engineering 

Robotics Engineering  Algebra and calculus 
Metallurgical Engineering 

Mechatronics Engineering  Algebra , calculus 
Industrial Engineering 

Mechanical Engineering 

Automobile Engineering 

Biomedical Engineering 

The harder Math engineering fields
These kinds of engineering fields require being good at mathematics, so if you have an issue or have a weak mathematics foundation we recommend reinforcing yourself in math before taking these engineering courses.
Engineering fields  math that you will study 
Tool Engineering 

Petroleum Engineering 

Marine Engineering 

Electronics Engineering 

Metallurgical Engineering 

Aeronautical Engineering 

Aerospace Engineering 

Ceramic Engineering 

Chemical Engineering 

Civil Engineering 

Computer Science Engineering 

Electrical Engineering 

Conclusion
engineering is a domain that requires a deep understanding of mathematics. So for students who have week basics in math taking these courses will be hard and require double work to stay on the race.
For this reason, you should work harder to build good mathematical foundations skills.
It doesn’t mean if you suck, you shouldn’t go to engineering. But you have to understand that everything that any job related to engineering requires math. The intensity of math varies between each engineering field.
the last tip that we’re going to recommend to students is:
don’t follow the easy engineering math, follow the domain where you find comfort. Because even the easiest engineering domains may become harder for you if you don’t love them.
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So these were the whole mathheavy engineering fields classified from the easiest ones to the hardest ones.