Computer science

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paperwings
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Hello,

I'm a sophomore majoring in Computer Science, and have become more and more drawn to physics after taking "calc based physics 1&2".

I'm just wondering if double majoring in Computer Science and Physics is normal.

Thanks!
 

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moose
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I'm not sure if it's normall, I would think it is. Plus, what's it to you whether it's normal or not?
 
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Student_at_CUNY
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Yes I have known a few Computer Science/Physics majors also
some Physics/Engineering(Electrical), Physics/Math and Physics/Chemistry.

I myself got my undergraduate degree in Computer Science/Mathematics and took a lot of physics classes before picking Graduate Physics over mathematics.
 

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