dual major in chemistry and physics or physics and math oops, I meant dual major in chem and physics OR physics and math. So what do you think is better for someone who wants to go into theoretical physics? Should I go for a dual major in chem and physics and a minor in math, or a dual major in physics and math, with a minor in chem? I am kinda getting ticked off at myself for flip flopping all of the time, but I realized that chemistry labs are a pain and I hate them, and dropping the chem major might be a good idea. There are no labs in math. :tongue2: I have already progressed somewhat toward a chem major, but that will just go towards my minor in chem. At first I wanted to do a dual major in chem and physics because I wanted to do work in the interface between the two fields, but I have now realized that I want to go into theoretical physics, or maybe experimental physics.. I am going to talk to my physics advisor tomorrow, and I am going to make an apointment with the math chair to talk about this prospect. I just know that my chem lab experiences were not the greatest and chem experimentation is certainly not my forte. :uhh: I was a nervous wreck in uchem2 lab and orgo lab, but I am very comfortable in physics labs and math labs. I dunno, I just want some support from you guys...this is a difficult time I am going through. One thing for certain though, the dual major in physics and math with a minor in chem will be less total credits than a dual major in physics and chem with a minor in math....so as far as total completion time and money goes, physics and math is a better option as well.