My situation: I was originally an Economics major, math minor. However, I have lost interest in econ and have become very interested in physics and math. I begin my senior year of undergrad this fall, however I am staying in school longer and beginning the physics curriculum as well this fall. Additionally, since I can only get through the physics program so fast, I am filling in the gaps with more math classes. So in all, I will receive 3 degrees when I finish: economics, math, and physics(honors with a thesis). Now, I attend Louisiana State University (LSU) and the physics curriculum requires 2 introductory biology courses and 2 introductory chemistry courses. Although i am not sure what direction in physics I want to go, if I did want to study biophysics in grad school must I take more biol/chem classes at the undergraduate level, or could I study advanced topics on my own? Or during the first year of grad school? By the way, there is no Biophysics program at LSU. If I went in the direction of biophysics in graduate school I think i would want to study the physics behind the workings of the brain. Im not even really sure what I mean by that but basically I would want to study the brain at the quantum level. Let me be clear though, I will not get a degree in chemistry or biology instead, I want the physics degree. If anyone could supply any information/suggestions I would be very grateful. If you would like me to clarify anything I have said or asked id be happy to do so. Thank you.