Greetings all, I am an older college student (25, sophomore currently) and have a decent amount of credits under my belt. My original plan attending university is/was to achieve a BS in Physics and a minor in Computer science. This could be accomplished in the next two years for me, rather easily (ease of schedule). However, I have really been enjoying math - to the point where I look forward to assignments - and have been disliking computer science. I am considering a double major in physics and mathematics. I believe that if I could choose whatever I wanted based on just my feelings, I would instantly choose double major in Math/Physics. I am wondering if this is a good choice: 1) How important is an understanding of CS in physics disciplines today? Is it so important that me making this decision will harm me someday. 2) I am not one to really care about job prospects, but for argument's sake, how does this effect me in 'real world' today? 3) My other fear: Focusing my attention on higher leveled math courses may be impractical for life. Do you agree with this statement? Is higher level math more of a 'game' rather then practical application towards everyday life? I am focused on making this world a better place someday and intend to do so. Thank you.