My physics background is limited, I took General Physics 1 and 2. For a minor I would need to take General Physics 3 and 3 elective upper division courses. There are lots of courses to choose from... Mechanics I Electricity and Magnetism I Thermal and Statistical Physics Physics Laboratory-Electronics Physics of Scientific Instruments Electricity and Magnetism II Optics Optical Physics Laboratory Lasers Wave Mechanics I Wave Mechanics II Advanced Physics Laboratory Practicum in Physics Introduction to Theoretical Methods of Physics Computer Methods in Physics Nanophysics Computational Physics Nuclear and Particle Physics Condensed Matter Physics Electron Solid Interactions Introduction to Soft Condensed Matter Physics Plasma Physics I would need to choose 3 of the above courses. It would take me an extra semester to do since it is a total of 4 courses. Right now I am doing mathematics and computer science as an undergraduate, and I have 3 years left. Is it worth adding on the extra coursework to get the minor? I don't plan on using what I learn ever it just seems like something I could take and enjoy and I'm sure I'd do well in it. My plans are to go to graduate school for mathematics unless something drastically changes like I find something much more interesting so I wonder if all the physics will really help? Again I don't know that much about physics since I've only taken two courses on it. Anyways any input would be great:) As a side note, I struggled in physics 1 because I was taking calculus 1 at the same time. I ended up with a B+ in it. In physics 2 I got an A but I had to study alot as well. I did enjoy physics 2 though, the electricity and magnetism sections were really great. However now, after taking more mathematics courses, I see where alot of the formulas come from and it all seems more interesting.