Hi, Just a bit of background first: I'm gonna be a sophomore this upcoming school year and my current major is Computer Science. I intend to apply to graduate school for a PhD in CS. However, I've become really interested in getting a double major in Applied and Computational Math as well. The thing is, if I do, I will definitely need to take a fifth year as there will be 60 courses that I have to take combined, and I've only done 12 of them so far. Squeezing in those 48 courses PLUS research is just not feasible for me. If I still want to get a PhD in CS, will Math help me, in terms of getting into a top grad school (I also like it, not just for admissions, but just wondering anyway), and be worth taking an extra year? Thanks!