I am currently attending community college in San Diego. I have TAG (Transfer Agreement - transfer agreement requirements), which is a contract stating that I will be transferring into UC-San Diego (UCSD), once I have completed the necessary pre-requisites. I have elected Physics with a Specialization in Biophysics (Biophysics pre-requisites prior to transfer) and a dual-major in Mathematics (Mathematics pre-requisites prior to transfer). I have looked over the UCSD website, but currently, it doesn't display any recommended courses to take in conjunction with my physics and mathematics courses (http://physics.ucsd.edu/). I am wondering, is Mathematics the best option for my double-major, or should I choose something like Biology? I want to do research in areas modeling and describing how these intricate, interconnected neural networks work at the microcosmic, physical level. How is sensory information physically encoded and transferred through these networks? What is the topological and geometrical relationship between these objects and the physics which govern these operations? What is the fundamental, overall physics involved guiding these operations? Can we understand the mechanisms of consciousness, awareness, and perception through physics, or do these properties only emerge at a macroscopic level? Anyways, if anyone has any information or suggestions related to pursuing this major, and what would be a good educational plan, or what courses I should take, please let me know. I do not want to take a lot of biology courses, when I should take chemistry courses, or take a bunch of chemistry courses, when I should be taking biology courses. Do I take cognitive neuroscience courses when I get to UCSD? If so, which ones? What type of programming courses will I need to take. What maths should I be doing, to help me understand the Biophysics. Anyways, sorry for rambling. Thank you for your time.