Hi, Is there any circumstance whatsoever where it is possible to enter grad school in physics without a bachelor of science. I am an unmarried security guard w/history degree and lots of time on hands. I am teaching myself calculus and physics with help of a friend Physics professor. He says I am catching on exceptionally fast. I am really loving this new path I am taking. But my problem is that i do not have the resources to go through a whole bachelor of physics program just to be able to go to graduate school. Is there conceivably any way one can enter grad program in physics (assuming a bachelor level proficiency) with an undergrad degree in Humanities. This is also assuming that one could take and do well on the physics subject GRE. Also assumed is that one would have all the resources normally available to an undergrad in physics necessary to insure a solid self teaching track.