Hey everyone, I'm in a bit of a pickle. I just finished my first year of undergrad (started as a math major), and I'm still terribly lost as to what I want to major in, mainly because I'm not sure what I want to pursue as a career after college. For the most part, I know that I want to go after something heavily related to STEM fields. The topics that have caught my eye for a while now are engineering, meteorology, and geophysics. Because I don't really know what I want to do specifically, but I know that I want to do something that involves a strong background in mathematics and physics, I have been considering adding a major in physics. I've looked over the requirements, and I wouldn't need to take any extra time to finish it all. I've enjoyed the physics I have taken so far (Physics I and II, I more so than II), and I want to learn more about it and other fields in physics. If I did this, I would also have free space to take courses in engineering, geology, etc. to get a better idea of whether I like geophysics vs. engineering vs. meteorology vs. whatever else pops into my mind. The reason I am not sure of doing the engineering undergrad instead of this is because I have done some of the introductory courses required for mechanical engineering majors at my school. One of them was a design course that used Solidworks, and that became a huge turnoff toward the designing side of engineering for me. Plus, it is obviously a very structured course load with little room to explore and take courses in other subjects. With the math/physics duo, I have plenty of space to take classes in other subjects and hopefully find other things that spark my interest. Do you guys think that, for someone who will most likely have to go to graduate school in a field like meteorology or geophysics, or even engineering or something else I haven't found yet, a bachelor's degree in math and physics would be the best option for me to create a strong foundation for these fields? Note: my school does have a geophysics major, which caught my eye, but I was concerned with choosing it because of the possibility that I might not end up in that field.