I understand that this question has already been asked but I am still not satisfied with the answers given. My original plan was to do applied physics with a specialty in astrodynamics and propulsion with a minor in astronomy. Unfortunately most of the classes with in the aero department were closed off and in order for me to register I had to wait until open registration and by then the classes would've all filled up. I decided that because I want to primarily get a physics degree but work in aerospace I could do a double major. My plan of study has me graduating in four years right now but that requires me taking 18 credits for the rest of my existence (including the senior design). My plan now is to follow the plan I made and take it semester by semester. If I have to drop a class I will just push it into a fifth year. I will not take 6 years and if it seems like that may be the case before I get to my fifth year I'll drop the aerospace engineering degree completely and just come out with an applied physics degree. To fellow aerospace students, how feasible is 18 credits of pure aero engineering and physics classes? Also to those who have done it please leave a reply on how well you did as well as how difficult it actually is. What I want to do with both, I have an elaborate plan which involves going to graduate school with a professor who I know works in the field and that requires both deep knowledge of quantum field theory as well as advanced fluid dynamics which are both upper division courses in physics and aerospace engineering respectively.