Hello. I have been accepted to the physics program at McGill university and I have to choose one of their programs. However I cannot seem to decide between these two: Honours Physics: http://www.physics.mcgill.ca/ugrads/honours.html Joint Honours Math & Physics: http://www.physics.mcgill.ca/ugrads/math.html The difference is mainly that you replace a thesis and some grad-level physics courses (such as general relativity, introduction to string theory, particle physics, etc) for some basic undegrad math (Analysis 1, 2, 3 Algebra 1, 2 Differential geometry.. etc) I love both math and physics but I am not entirely sure of what I would like to do next. I believe it would be either theoretical physics or biophysics. I would not consider grad studies in mathematics though. I could always take the math courses as electives if I choose the physics program, but then I would not graduate with both degrees. What do you think would be best? Thank you!