Can I pursue an MBA with a BS in physics?? I'm going to start my third year of college in the Fall -- 4.0 GPA. Up until now I've been focusing on the prerequisites for an International Business degree, but I also have a few chemistry and calculus courses, and one introductory physics class. My goal has been to finish my business degree because my true goal is to start my own company one day, but I'm really fascinated by physics and I love the challenge (you can imagine the contrast between a business lecture and a physics lab). My question is: if I decide to pursue a BS in Bio-Physics now, and maybe a minor in business or entrepreneurship, will I still have good chances of becoming accepted into an MBA program? Has anyone ever made the transition from undergraduate physics to graduate business? Has anyone been accepted into a graduate physics/MBA dual-degree program? I've consider completing an undergraduate dual-degree, but that will take me an additional two years, and I'm getting anxious to get into graduate school already. any advice would be appreciated.