So I scheduled classes for my first year of college which begins this fall last week but found myself with a little problem. Each freshman has to take a "frontiers" course, a seminar type course designed for freshman. The one I had selected was about screenwriting, the problem being it's meeting time conflicted with that of General Physics I. I have always loved writing on the arts. In my senior year of high school I won a talent show writing and preforming in a skit, and was named the schools poet of the year. English and theater, and other such liberal arts subjects are important to me. In my senior year of high school I came to love physics. I took physics as a junior and enjoyed it, but didn't think much about it. In my senior year I took engineering, and my amazing teacher there awakened in me a love for physics. I find the field fascinating, and as the end of the school year was approaching I began considering studying physics in school. My initial idea was to double major in Physics and English/Writing. The problem is that I am conflicted about dropping the screenwriting class so that I can take physics this fall. If I do not do this, I will have to wait until next year to start taking physics classes. Could it be possible to complete a degree in physics in those three years? Would that be possible? I'm afraid of going into physics and finding I do not like it, but I'm also afraid of skipping out on the opportunity to be a part of something that fascinates me. All things considered, physics would quite possibly allow for me to make for money while in school with opportunities like tutoring and summer research. And I do need the money...I'll be spending my summer looking for more and more work to pay the bills I know this is a bit of a personal question, but any input or advice would be greatly appreciated.