I'm going to try for a triple major in physics, math, and computer science. I already have a CS related associates, so many of those courses as well as electives are knocked out already. The plan is to master in astrophysics/cosmology, and the end goal is to work for NASA. I read in another thread that many people suggested statistics courses would be helpful, but I also read a few votes for analysis. In the math portion of the major, I'll have to choose between a statistics sequence and an analysis sequence. Because of all the comments, I'm already leaning toward going the statistics sequence route, but am curious as to what the difference is in how they relate to the field. In what way would you use statistics in your job and how often. I'm wondering the same for analysis. Thanks. ETA: I'm also thinking that for my first academic year it would be a good idea to do work study on campus with the computer science department and then go for a summer internship in the same field, but the following years, to do my work study/internships in the physics field. The only problem is that the only things I can really think of where I live that would be close is defense aerospace. Is this a good strategy? Any ideas on this front?