Be honest....an I utterly insane? Ok, I am going for a dual major in EE and CompE, which is 155 credit hours. This is not too big of a deal, as many students do this. However, I did take some chemistry classes, as I was a chemistry major for a brief while (I took uchem 1, uchem 1 lab, uchem 2, uchem 2 lab, ochem 1, ochem 2, ochem 2 lab). I am 3 credits away from a chemistry minor. However, recently I have been considering taking quantum mechanics, contemporary physics and solid state physics, to obtain a physics minor. Am I absolutely insane? Is 2 degrees and 2 minors ridiculous? I do plan on going with the graduate school, and would like to study applied semiconductor physics, or maybe photonics. I am not doing this for the sole purpose of getting the degrees and minors, but because I simply enjoy school and learning. Also, the more education, the better, when it comes to applying to graduate schools. During the summers I also plan on getting co-ops or REUs. The total number of credit hours for al of this is 183. This will be over a 5 year period of time. I have checked with my university, and they do give out multiple minors. Am I alone, or has someone else here taken this many classes? The reason I am thinking about pursuing the physics minor is because I enjoy studying the subject, and it would give me a deeper understanding of semiconductors and I would have a formal foundation in physics.