I had been doing advanced math and physics courses in high school, but chose to do liberal arts in college. Got my degree about a year back. Did the switch because I wanted to explore the arts. But now all I want to do is to do physics/math again (specifically, my interests lie in mathematical physics, quantum mechanics and relativity). I checked several universities for the opportunity to do a second undergraduate degree in physics or math, but that doesn't seem to be an option that is widely broadcasted. Have a couple of questions that I hope some might be able to provide answers to: (1) If I were to go ahead to apply to undergrad school, am I disadvantaged in any way since I already have a college degree? (2) Or should I try for a community college, get two years of physics and math courses there, THEN try for Grad school? Thanks a bunch. Any tips appreciated.