I am in a dilemma. Next fall I will be attending a university (as a freshman), and will be majoring in chemical engineering. Now my question is, I really LOVE physics, and how it relates to the real world. Is there anyway that I can pursue physics later in my career after I received a bachelor degree in chemical engineering? Let's say that I go onto graduate studies...would there be any possible way that I can into some type of graduate physics study with a 4 year degree in chemical engineering? Because I really want to be a physicist, but chemical engineering is calling my name (not really, just like to think that). Should I change my major to physics? Because I was planning to major in chemical engineering and then minoring in physics...is that a good idea?? I'm so confused and need guidance! I want to do something that I LOVE to do!