Hello, I recently just became admitted into the University of Alaska Fairbanks, and while I am still waiting for Financial Aid to come through I will most likely be attending there this fall. I applied as a Electrical Engineering major and I would like to double major or possibly triple major in some of these topics; physics, math and electrical engineering. I am mostly interested in mathematical physics topics but I would like to stay as employable as possible so that is the reason for wanting the EE major. -Is it possible to just do Math and Electrical Engineering and go into mathematical physics for Graduate school? I am also interested in theoretical physics, quantum optics and plasma physics (which is what UAF has a lot of). Are there certain physics courses I should take on top of a EE + math degree? I will be getting a minor in Russian or Japanese so I will be very busy, but will do what is needed. Here is the EE curriculum for UAF: EE F102--Introduction to Electrical Engineering--3 credits EE F203--Electrical Engineering Fundamentals I--4 credits EE F204--Electrical Engineering Fundamentals II--4 credits EE F303--Electrical Machinery--4 credits EE F311--Applied Engineering Electromagnetics--3 credits EE F331--High Frequency Lab--1 credit EE F333W--Physical Electronics--4 credits EE F334--Electronic Circuit Design--4 credits EE F343--Digital Systems Analysis and Design--4 credits EE F353--Circuit Theory--3 credits EE F354--Engineering Signal Analysis--3 credits EE F471--Fundamentals of Automatic Control--3 credits ES F101--Introduction to Engineering--3 credits ES F201--Computer Techniques--3 credits ES F208--Mechanics--4 credits EE F412--Electromagnetic Waves and Devices--3 credits EE F432--Electromagnetics Laboratory--1 credit EE F461--Communication Systems--4 credits Approved engineering science elective**--3 credits And the curriculum for the physics major; ( the basic physics courses (cm, em and modern) are not listed here) PHYS F220--Introduction to Computational Physics--4 credits PHYS F301--Introduction to Mathematical Physics--4 credits PHYS F341--Classical Physics I: Particle Mechanics--4 credits PHYS F342--Classical Physics II: Electricity and Magnetism--4 credits Complete 6 credits of MATH electives at the F300-level or above. (MATH F314, MATH F421, or MATH F422 are recommended.)*--6 credits Complete the following:* PHYS F313--Thermodynamics and Statistical Physics--4 credits PHYS F343--Classical Physics III: Vibration and Waves--4 credits PHYS F381W,O--Physics Laboratory--3 credits PHYS F421--Quantum Mechanics--4 credits PHYS F462--Geometrical and Physical Optics--4 credits Complete 6 credits from the following:* PHYS F471--Advanced Topics in Physics I PHYS F472--Advanced Topics in Physics II So what do you guys think I should do? Any opinions?