Hello everyone, this is my first post of this forum and I am looking for some advice. I'm sure threads like these are posted all the time and I'm sorry to clog up the forum more but I would just appreciate some opinions. I'm currently a double major in mathematics and philosophy with a minor in physics. I'm just curious if my minor in physics might allow me to apply to a masters program in physics later down the line. The classes I will take to complete my minor will be analytical mechanics, thermodynamics, quantum mechanics, and modern physics. I would almost be a physics major if I took electricity, magnetism, and waves as well but I couldn't fit it into my schedule. I'm really not sure what I want to do after I finish my undergraduate degrees. I just want to learn more about our world. I feel like I could pursue my goal with any of my fields of study, whether it be philosophy, math, or physics. It just comes down to what I am most interested in and what I feel will best allow me to accomplish my goal. Anyways, long story short, will my physics minor allow me to pursue physics at a higher level if I were to want to follow this avenue further? Thank you for any advice, I appreciate it.