I'm currently beginning my senior year in high school and I have been struggling for the last year or so to figure out what I want to do in college. I find a lot of things interesting, and so it's hard for me to pinpoint a single area of study in STEM that I would want to pursue. After a lot of thought I have tentatively decided on considering a double major in physics and computer science, but I don't know how practical or successful that combination would be. I am pretty strong in math(single/multivariable calculus, DEs and starting linear algebra) and I have an okay basis in programming, so I think I will be competent enough for both majors. Would that be a practical combination of majors for success after college?