I'm honestly surprised they're offering it in the first place, but there you go. First thing is I'm equally passionate about both art and physics, because they're an approach into understanding how the world works. i.e. knowledge makes me ridiculously happy. I've been engaging and reading about both subjects ever since childhood, so it pains me to have to make a choice between the two. The most rational course would seem to be pursue one as a career, and the other as a hobby. But I'm an indecisive person who wants to do both! So my question is, would that be redundant? I can't imagine how I could combine art with physics as a career... The thing about this course though that instead of 3 years it is extended to 4 years to accommodate both, so I suppose that puts off a bit of strain, but undoubtedly both courses would require a lot of time. Any opinion/advice would be greatly appreciated.