I'm majoring in Physics and Astronomy, and I am going to be a sophomore next year. My problem is that there are so many cool classes that I want to take that 4 years won't be enough time to complete them all; this is true even though I went into college with 30 credits from my credit-by-exam program. I looked around on my school's Astronomy Department website and noticed that there is a 5-year degree plan offered for students who are double majoring. I figure that I could follow this plan and replace the 30 credits of classes that I entered college with, with the classes that I want to take. I really enjoy the subjects covered in these classes, so most likely I will follow this 5-year plan anyway, but I would still like to know. Also, my hope is to get accepted into the graduate program at my current school (UT Austin). Thanks al lot to whomever answers.