I am a senior undergraduate physics major but I am not sure I want to go to graduate school for physics. I do not actually enjoy physics. I find it do-able but I started realizing junior year that I definitely don't love it. I have had a subscription to physics today for three years and never read a single article. I don't study much and try to avoid actually working on physics as much as possible but I still make good grades though I am not the top of my class. I am a transfer student at a high ranked state university but a part of my transfer requirements I am not allowed to change my major. So I plan to graduate with my B.S. in Physics with a minor in math. I would like to continue my education in a different field but I am not sure what my options are as far as applying to graduate schools outside of physics and engineering. I am interested in math, education, and computer science. I enjoy working with numbers and data. What graduate programs would accept a physics major without me having to retake a ton of classes?