Finishing up my B.S. in Computer Science, with a minor in physics. My GPA is only about 2.5 and very little academic research experience. Yea, I agree I messed up. But I'm fixing things now, reading up hard and practicing for GRE. I plan to attend George Mason's computational science M.S. program. Can I get accepted into PhD programs in physics with an M.S. in computational science? I know computational science is a "vague" topic and may not convince admissions faculty. I'm hoping my small background in physics would also help. Your thoughts?