Hi guys, I am graduating in one year and figuring out my plans with my advisors. I was set on getting both a BS in Mathematics and a BS in Physics when I graduate. Unfortunately, my school now will not allow me to get a BS in both degrees. 1. Why would they deny this? What reason do you think the school has in not allowing me to get two BS degrees. Instead, they are telling me I can get a BA in Physics and a BS in Mathematics. This actually works out well for me in the sense that it'll be a little easier to achieve these degrees as I will only need 2-3 more Math courses and 4 more Physics courses. Now, I've read a lot on BA vs. BS and that it 'really won't matter' come graduate school (I want to go for Physics), and instead, what will matter is the courses taken. Is there anything I should be worried about in getting a BA in Physics vs. a BS? (I won't need to take Electromagnetism II, QM II, Modern Optics, or Theoretical Mechanics.... although, I will probably take 1-2 or 3 of those courses if I can fit them into my schedule in Spring 2018). Thank you.