Hello; I am currently a California Community College student and my interests are currently Math, Physics and Aerospace Engineering. I am trying to decide on a double major between the three of these and was looking for advice on that and what would be best. I guess my options are: Math + Aerospace Engineering= Really hard to do, but I am sure it would be pretty fun. Maybe would help me a lot with computational fluid dynamics? Physics + Aerospace Engineering= This actually seems like the best option because I think things along the lines of Exotic Propulsion would be exciting and this may be the best option for that. Math + Physics= Probably the easiest option. I feel like I should be able to go to a multitude of graduate schools from this depending on my interests. But I am scared if I don't get the necessary GPA to go to grad school and I just stop I will be left with at best some programming job that would not excite me. My main reason for my interest in Aerospace is that I could have a job that is not only interesting, but also lucrative.