Hi, my name is Greg and I recently decided I wanted to choose a science for a major rather than business or the like. When choosing a science it helped that I took a philosophy class to discover that I like theory and working with what is unseen. I also like the creative aspect I can incorporate into my work. That being said, I hope to major in physics. However, I never took a physics class in high school, but I did take Chem and Bio along with AP anatomy. My main concern is my math level, I am in good math standing at my junior college but I would have to take at least 3 semesters to get into calculus. Do I absolutely have to have taken calculus to transfer to a university as a physics major or can I do my math requirements at my new school? I hope my lack of mathematical skill doesn't interfere with my major. If anyone can recommend a science other than Physics that might meet my standards (theory, creative side and will benefit society some way) please let me know so I can research it! Any input would be great for me, thank you!! PS: I go to the largest jc on the west coast so getting counseling appointments is pretty tough. That's why I have come here for questions regarding transferring. Thank you!