Hello, I am currently in my third year of study in the honors bachelor of applied physics program at my university. At the beginning of this semester I was placed on academic warming. I need to get my GPA up in a few key physics courses to solve this problem. I have a few question however. I plan on attaining a job in industry when I finish my degree, so as of now I have two choices. A: re-take a few core physics classes to boost my GPA and finish my honors applied physics degree B: switch into a 4 year non-honors physics degree with a business minor and graduate at a lower GPA I am wondering if anyone has any experience or knowledge on this topic and can give me some advice. My passion lies with finishing my honors degree and continuing to a masters in some kind of applied engineering and creating new gadgets. However, time and money also dictate I finish soon enough as I already changed my major from biochem to physics second year. Basically I'm asking what the difference is between having a honors physics degree or a regular physics degree in the real world? Also I am wondering what my limitations in job outlook will be in either circumstance. Thank you!