Hello everyone! This is my first time posting on here so idk if I'm under the right forum lol. I am an undergad in BME and WAS on the pre-med track. I always "wanted" to be a doctor just because I didn't really know much about other careers but also A LOT OF FAMILY PRESSURE. I finally decided to just stop with this pre-med nonsense since I get no enjoyment out of it and it's not something I see myself doing. I have been looking into medical physics for a couple of years now and attended a seminar from someone working in the field and I have really fallen in love with the career. However, since I am a rising junior my schedule would only permit for me to take one upper level physics class and many graduate programs require at least 15 credits in physics total. I have taken 3- calculus based level physics classes. Coming into college I never took calculus or physics so first semester was tough and I got a B-. In my other physics classes I got a B and B+. Tbh I didn't have much time to study but I think I did okay in the classes. What I don't know is if I would be able to handle upper level physics classes if I were to switch my major and if I can't I would have to probably wait a year after I get my bachelors and take additional physics classes at my local university. My school offers an applied physics major with a "medical physics track". I have actually taken most of the courses (except upper level physics obviously) since I was in BME and my remaining semesters would be pretty "easy" so only one physics and one math with the rest electives. What would you guys recommend? Is there anything else I can do when I apply to graduate school to improve my application? Thank you!