Help :( Degree selection and pressed for time So I just went to see my academic advisor and it turns out my scholarly plan is more screwed up then I thought :( I've been going over it and I really have two options for what I can do for my degree. I would really really like to finish in two years, but IDK what the heck to do... I need your help :( Here are the options 1. Do an Honours Physics Degree This was my plan from the getgo, but there were a few hidden courses I didn't realise I had to take. The problem with doing this is that it is HIGHLY unlikely I will be able to finish in two years, because the courseload would simply be too much for me. I also have to take two courses I really don't want to, those being a Biology course and Intermediate Calculus. My courses for the next two years would be: This Year Classical Mechanics Math Physics Scientific Computing Quantum Mechanics Biology (Concepts in Biology, the easy peasy slacker one, but nonetheless I DONT WANNA) Next Year Honours Thesis Quantum Mechanics II (Notoriously the hardest course offered) Advanced Physics Lab Thermal Physics General Relativity (A close runner up for hardest course) Both full courseloads, PLUS I would have to do the Intermediate Calculus in the summer... 2. Do a Computational Physics 4-year Stream This is NOT an honours degree, but I can do a thesis so there is a still a possibility of graduate school after. It's more directed towards the fields I am interested in as well. However, I would have to start with Applied Computer Science NOW, none of which I have done yet. I am working in coding this summer so I have a passing understanding of some of the concepts (ie done some C, used PERL, Matlab, Octave, stuff like that.) My courseload would be something like this: This Year Classical Mechanics Quantum Mechanics Scientific Computing Programming Fundamentals Next Year Quantum Mechanics II Honours Thesis Numerical Method (3c.hrs) Digital Systems (3c.hrs) Intro to Internet Programming (3) Advanced Internet Programming (3) Unix (3) PERL (3) And then I need three more credit hours of Computer Science, which I could do a Spring or Summer term (like eCommerce or Software Systems...). I DO NOT need Math Physics (my Linear Algebra and Differential equations takes care of that) or Intermediate Calculus or Bio. TL;DR: SHOULD I DO HONOURS PHYSICS AND KILL MYSELF OVER TWO YEARS/TAKE THREE YEARS OR DO COMPUTATIONAL PHYSICS AND RISK FLUNKING OUT?!