I'm a physics major currently doing an REU in seismology, and I'm really enjoying it. I think I've finally found the field I'd like to pursue in grad school . I'm definitely planning on going for a geo science minor, but I'm wondering which classes would be useful to me going to grad school for geophysics. I posted this question here because I really want some input from the earth scientists. I've currently only taken an intro physical geology class w/ lab. Next semester I'll be taking plate tectonics and planetary science (just for kicks) and plan to take intro geophysics and structural geology at some point. Are there any other fundamental geo classes I should be considering or will I be able to catch up in grad school? How beneficial would it be to tack on an extra year and double major in physics and geology? Any other classes outside of geology that would be useful for seismology (math, cs, physics, engineering)?