I'm interested in going to grad school for astrophysics. I've loved everything about the subject for many years now. At first I thought it was just a hobby interest, but I think it may have crossed the line and become a career interest. The only problem with this is that I'm in my senior year in college. I'm currently double majoring in Computer Science and Mathematics. Another issue is that the university I'm currently attending does not have any undergraduate degrees involving physics (only a minor) or astronomy. What is the best course of action for me to get from where I am now to grad school in astrophysics? Will my dual degrees be enough to carry me into grad school? Should I hang around and get a minor in physics? Should I start over at a university that offers an undergraduate program in astrophysics and hope that my math and other gen. eds. transfer so I can get back out in 2 years or so?