I have become interested in Biophysics and there are not many programs out there with a BS in Biophysics. I know UCLA and UCSD both have programs but the rest of the UC system unfortunately does not. I will be apply for a TAG (I get guaranteed admissions to some of the UC's if I meet certain requirements) and I am trying to figure out if I should apply under regular physics or if I should apply to a chemical physics BS program. I am considering doing my TAG with UC Davis. Their Chemical Physics program is here http://chemistry.ucdavis.edu/undergraduate/bs_in_chemical_physics.html [Broken] This program includes some classical mechanics, mathematical physics, a course in EM, and I get to choose one more course ranging from QM to statistical physics, to second course in EM or CM. These are just the physics courses and then I get some organic and tons of physical chemisty. I feel like this in addition to maybe a minor in biology would be best? Or do you guys think a physics degree and a biology minor would be best? I feel like I would be more interested in the some of the physics courses, but biophysics research appears to be housed in the chemistry department.