Hi all, I was just wondering if anyone had any idea about the options available in grad school for a physics undergrad. For example, would one be able to segue into chemistry or geology or some kind of Earth/environmental sciences? The reason I ask is that I'm getting more and more interested in the earth sciences courses offered at my University as the year goes on, and was wondering if I'd be able to go into earth science in grad school after getting a degree in physics (I'm in the physics specialist program right now). For instance, courses like physical geography or some of the 2nd year geology courses interest me - but 1st year chemistry is a prerequisite, and I transferred from engineering, so I didn't take any chemistry. However, I've been looking at the upper year physics courses and some of the courses such as physics of the earth/atmospheric physics really interest me at the moment. Thanks in advance!