in physics. Alright so I could either graduate a year early with my AP credit or take four years and double major in math and...get a masters in physics? Im unsure of how this would work though. My goal is to get into the best possible school. If I take four years, I will have room for about 9 graduate courses in physics and a math major. 1. Is the math major moderately useful for theoretical physics? 2. Should I do a masters with or without thesis, if so could I combine this with my undergrad honors physics thesis into one? Sounds reasonable to me. 3. I will have the 9 grad courses spread out over two years if that affects how I could do a masters. 4. Would it be possible to do a masters with the given info? UCONN says for without thesis: 24 credits. With thesis: 9 credits of thesis research (is that all?). Thanks! I think it'd be an interesting idea and Id really learn a LOT.