Hey guys, as I stated in another thread, I'm a business/finance major and it's really too late for me to apply for a switch. I can drop my physics minor though (which would give me EXTREMELY shallow knowledge) and keep my math minor, taking enough classes for me to essentially have a major in math. The reason I can do this but can't drop my math minor for physics is because I've already taken a lot of math classes and picked up my physics minor more recently. The thing is, I realised that I would rather go into theoretical physics (I've always liked it, I just care about money a lot less now). I was thinking about taking a lot of high level math then trying to apply for masters programs in applied mathematics while simultaneously taking some physics courses, then going for a grad degree in physics. Any better ways y'all think I could transition? I was originally thinking of a second bachelors but this may be the better option.