Hey all, I'm going to be a freshman in college in a month or two, and am currently intending on majoring in something within the liberal arts; at the moment, I'm heavily considering philosophy. I'm quite interested in theoretical physics, astronomy, cosmology, and astrophysics as side pursuits or hobbies. My question would be: what is the best way for me to get an exposure to the above topics, leveraging the fact that I've got four years in college? I have no thorough desire to fulfill the math and physics prerequisites to take any of the (in my opinion) more interesting physics subjects, but would still love to learn as much as I can about them. Up until this point, my base of knowledge is solely constructed from various physics books "popularized" for the public - ie, sanitized of math, as well as online forums and repositories of information (Physics Forum!). I've considered sitting in on or auditing some of the above classes, but would love to hear what everybody's ideas are in terms of where I could concentrate my energies to learn the most. Regards.