To be more precise I like marine sciences but I also like to learn physics. However I just don't want to go all in in either one of them because physics is mostly about programming which I do not like due to hard it is and marine sciences seem to have way too little physics/mathematics unless I specialise in Oceanography which in itself doesn't sound too bad, still not sure if it is something I'm interested in. What do I do in this case? I live in Sweden and I'm certain there are no introductionary courses so you get a "better feel" as of what you want to do. Unless you're already studying a program. What I like about physics is how detailed it can be used to describe the world, basically with mathematics. Very interesting. What I like about marine sciences/biology is simply because it is facinating to learn about all the types of species in the ocean and how do work from a biological standpoint. Still disappointed because it seems to me that statistical mathematics is the only form of maths here. Tl,dr: What can I study if I enjoy both Physics and Marine sciences/Biology?