Physics minor possibility....questions! I'm going to keep this question simple because details probably aren't really needed in this. Currently, I'm a communications/management major (ex-Graphic Design Major), and I've been thinking about at the very least adding some science minor, if not changing all together. Thing is, I don't know that I wanna do a MAJOR in a science field, though I hate the classes I'm taking in my communications area with a passion. They're boring as watching someone's beard grow or listening to a monotone teacher talk about history or something. I don't really know for sure what I want to do anymore, but I know that everything on one side of my campus is just boring, something I don't enjoy, or something that makes me not enjoy what I love doing anymore and I don't like it. I also know that while in high school and grade school I've never been one for the sciences really, but I'm finding myself being drawn to the things in part of our science building where there's a whole part of the building for engineering, computer science, and physics. It's all very interesting to me, and I'd love to learn some of it. If I WAS to keep my major and add the minor...the question is what could I do with that in the future when i finished? My buddy was saying that there's always a need for physicists who can actually tell non physicists things, and run the places they work at. I've looked up stuff (not extensively but some) on the topic a couple of times, and have found nothing really. Any help? And if I was to just switch entirely, any suggestions on what one should do? I'm not a big fan of STRAIGHT chemistry and biology, but the rest has my attention. Thanks!