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Originally Posted by no0b1
Nope. How about enlightening us?
Hold on, I just recalled that someone once told me that maths in uni involves writing an essay about why 1+1=2 for a test that's 3 hours long. Is it true that maths in uni is not about calculating but about explaining the theories of maths?

It's not true; you don't write essays.
Also proving 1 + 1 = 2 is in logic I guess, which is specialised. I'm sure it is not a mandatory course.
You will learn a bit about real and complex analysis, some miscellaneous foundation of maths, physics and engineering maths, algebra (group, rings, field, and linear algebra), some programming. May be some statistics and some applied maths (like mechanics or mathematical physics).