Not sure what Mathematical Physics is. My assumption is that it combines rigorous mathematic formulation in solving or helping to create a mathematical sound framework for Physics. I think my view on this matter is wrong. I really like Mathematics and Physics, I do not really care for Chemistry or Biology. However, I do like some aspects in Chemistry. I had a lot of fun working through Kleppner and Kolenkow on my own, and things like Hamiltonian Mechanics is something I am very interested in the near future, once I learn Analysis and learn to put together a decent mathematical proof. I will thank Real Analysis for this. Currently, I am majoring in mathematics and would like to complete a degree with a concentration in Pure Mathematics (Atleast a Masters). However, I really like physics. Is mathematical physics, the same as having near equal knowledge in both Math and Physics. What career paths are possible for someone who does "Mathematical Physics." I will like to teach someday, but I want to do something else after graduation, for a short time.