Hello, I'm interested in pursuing a career in computational physics or any field that involves computer science and physics (both are my majors). I have also considered video game programming and simulation/modeling. You get the idea. My question is - for someone who wants to be a programmer working on scientific software, is it worth doing a BS in physics or will a BA suffice? I can do a double BS in physics and computer science and graduate in two years, but I'm wondering if it would be better to do just a BA in physics and fill in the extra slots with more CS electives. There are so many CS courses that I'm interested in, but don't have space to take them. Or should I just wait and take them when I go to grad school? I'm going to grad school for CS, not physics. I'm so confused! I like the idea of a double BS but I wonder if I'll ever need the physics one.