I have a wide set of interests in science, especially in physics, mathematics and biology. I want a program that puts a very heavy emphasis on mathematics and physics, less so in biology (I want to study physics that has a practical application in the field of biology because both are interesting), which program should be able to fit this description? Biophysics? Medical physics? Bioengineering? Engineering in chemical biology? My problem with medical physics is that I do not want to work with patients, I would rather parcipitate in research or anything else outside of a hospital if possible. Would this cause problems, trying to exclude one very important field? If it is a problem, I am probably going for a regular undergraduate program in physics and then decide on what to specialize in (medical physics then wouldn't be possible unless I want to study for 6 years instead of 5). Another contender is aerospace engineering, problem is that it's literally on the opposite side of the country (3 hours by flight), not sure it would be a wise choice considering how much self doubt I have.