I'm taking calculus one right now in community college. I plan to major in physics but the first calculus based physics class requires calculus two, so the only physics i can take until next year would be general physics that doesn't require calculus. I'm not sure what major the class is aimed at. It might be for architecture majors or someone who doesn't plan to even major in physics. does anyone think that i should not even bother taking it because its not calculus based? Also, do you need programming for a physics major? And do you think it is possible to double major in physics and philosophy or is there too much math to have philosophy classes along with physics and math classes?