Hey, I am currently planning on majoring in chemistry, but I am obsessed with physics as well. The school I plan on going to only offers physics as a minor degree, and I can think of many more practical things that I would want to do with chemistry than physics. Still, I like physics more, just learning about physics for the sake of it. The question I’m asking is not one related to what to major in, but rather, if it’s possible to learn deep physics with a chemistry degree. One of my major goals in life is to someday learn the physics and mathematics involved in relativity, quantum mechanics, and maybe even string theory. I have no grandiose visions of being a theoretical physicist or anything (although that would be really cool), I just simply have a strong desire to understand. I don’t care about jobs or money when it comes to this subject, I just love physics. I am willing to study relentlessly, it’s just hard for me to figure out where to start. I am currently in a pre-calculus class, and I have a little bit of background in trig. I realize that I have a very long way to go with the math. I’m not sure that a chemistry degree is equipped with the math needed to understand the above mentioned items, but like I said, this isn’t about degrees or money. Is it possible to self study these things with the right tools? Nothing can keep me from learning and studying this wonderful subject. Could someone knowledgeable in this subject please give me some positive feedback on where I should go from here? Thanks!