too much, or Ok ? Would it be too difficult, in 4-6 yrs. at a good university, to major in *Pure math *Physics *Chemistry And also *Physical Engineering *Chemical Engineering *(Robotics) ----------------------------- It seems those fields have quite a lot in common (math, physics, & chemistry! ), but would it too difficult to achieve at least a BS or MS in each of those fields? I am a HS senior, I take CalcIII and have taken 1st semester Organic Chemistry, and am currently self-studying for the three AP Physics exams and one exam for English Literature. By the time I graduate, I would have taken a total of 11 AP exams (AP--->Statistics, English Lang/Comp, English Lit, Calc BC, Chemistry, Biology, MicroEcon, MacroEcon, and the three AP Physics exams) I am interested mostly in pure math, theoretical physics, and organic chemistry. But would adding major in engineering be too much for 4-6 at a good university? At least to achieve a BS or MS in the selected theoretical and in the engineering sciences in that time? I do not mind taking additional courses during summers and will self-study if need be.