I am a math major and I am trying to figure out what math classes I want to take next semester. My question is what industries are Stochastic Processes and Combinatorics useful for?
I haven't decided what career/industry I am going to go into once I graduate so any information of what careers these classes would help me be great at would be helpful.
Last semester I took Probability and Real-Analysis, currently I am taking linear algebra and financial mathematics. Also how difficult are stochastic processes and combinatorics when compared to real-analysis because I want to know what I am getting myself into and Real-Analysis was the only math class thus far that I would say was very difficult.
My other option for next semester is statistics of mathematics, differential equations won't be offered in fall 2016 so I'll have to take that spring 2017.
I am not asking for you to decide what I am going to take, just some information or advice about what these classes have to offer.