I just got accepted into BYU's undergrad astronomy program, but there is more I want to do in life. They offer a physics degree and an astronomy degree. I would like to take a language or two though for more skills. So the question I have is, is it necessary to have an astronomy degree to go to grad school for astronomy? If not would it help to have that degree when applying to astronomy grad schools? I don't really want to do a double major in physics/astronomy, but if it will help my chances of getting accepted then I will do it. I would like to learn German though and I want to apply to some foreign universities also. If for some reason I can't get accepted into an American university, I'm willing to travel. So in a nutshell, Can I get a physics degree and take a couple languages and still be able to get into an astronomy grad school?