I have a couple of questions for whomever is out there and may want to lend me an opinion or two.. So here's the jist of my current situation: I have an Associates degree in Computer Science, where I studied a lot of hardware/software repair and some networking and programming. After about 6 months of working as a network technician I decided the work did not interest me as much as I had hoped. My last two semesters of my Associates degree I had taken a bunch of math courses and 2 courses in classical mechanics (both algebra-based), as corny as it sounds, I fell in love with science at that point. I spent my free time reading text books and learning some other topics in physics and decided to enter into a Bsc program in Forensic Science. I'm two semesters in and have been thoroughly enjoying the coursework, and I've been taking all math electives and was recently informed that I can be granted a Minor in Mathematics if I keep taking electives of the sort. All good, except for the fact that, while I do enjoy Bio and Chem, I really know in my heart that I want to make a career in Physics. Now I can only take two calculus-based Physics course during my next few years as well as one Physics elective that will go toward my Minor. My main question is: will I have a hard time getting into a physics graduate program (Most likely a Msc) if i have a degree in Forensic Science? Should I transfer to school where I can attain an undergrad degree in Physics before I start taking classes that won't transfer? Every time I attempt to speak to anyone that may be able to help me, I just get beaten around a bush. I hope someone on here can help me out. Also a quick overview of my current program (only the sciences): 2 Semesters Biology 2 Semesters Chemistry 1 Semester Quantum or Physical Chemistry 2 Semesters Criminalistics 2 Semesters Physics and I currently have completed Calculus 1 and 2 (signed up for 3 in the spring) and a linear Algebra course. I plan on taking Differential Equations next Fall and I need to choose one Physics elective that can go toward my minor also, though I'm unsure of what it will be. Thanks in advance, sorry for the long winded post, I'm just trying to be thorough.