That is what I figure but some blowhard professor will probably still demand I calculate by using long math with pencil and paper.
A local school has a archtecture AAS degree program that I have been interested (a friend of mine got his degree there and has a job doing some drawings for a local guy) but I am not sure of the actual value of it (his "employer" is a family friend).
I still do tons of math, but it's almost always quick stuff (elevations, slopes, etc.). Cut/fill calcs occasionally (which are tedious). The water conservation calculations required in CA are a real pain in the ass, but it's still pretty straight forward.
I really regret that all of my calculus (3 years) is totally, completely, and (I fear) irrevocably gone.
Well, when I said I don't do any math I do use the simple calc in windows quite a bit but that is just simple arithmetic. And, Yes, I agree, Calculus and Trig is completely long gone. Geometry is used every day but SolidWorks takes care of most of that. I will even create new parts so I don't have to do pythagorean. I have gotten very lazy that way.
So, what you guys are saying is that the thing that is keeping me from school, is the very thing that will never, ever, never be used?