Hello everyone. I have a few questions about postgraduate study. At the moment I'm studying chemical and biological engineering in my third year in a dual degree program, and I have one more year of study after this one before I graduate with honours. I've been doing mostly chemical and biological engineering courses up intil now, as well as some extra courses so that I can select my dual degree in my final year (if I end up doing a dual degree I will have two more years after this one instead of one) The extra courses mean that I can get a dual degree in chemical and biological engineering and either physics or mathematics just by specialising my courses in the last year. I want to commence study in a physics PhD program after I graduate, but am unsure exactly what undergrad degree(s) to stick out. I can graduate a year earlier if I just finish my chemical and biological engineering degree, but am unsure if I would be able to go straight into a physics PhD program. Or I can study undergrad for an extra year and graduate with a phys/math degree plus my engineering degree. I'd really like to get out of undegrad as quickly as possible, but am unsure if I could get into physics with just a chem and biol engineering degree. Does anyone have any advice for me about my options? P.S. I am mostly interested in studying physics from an information-theory point of view. I have a few years experience in a software development job related to chemical engineering and when I graduate I will have a few more years experience. My job has taught me a great deal about engineering and forms of information, and given my study in biology, chemical engineering, mathematics, physics and software development I think I'm getting a broad education.