I am doing my undergrad degree with the goal of working in the field of theoretical physics. I'm starting my third year and I don't know if I should do a physics/math degree or math/minorphysics degree. The difference would be more advanced courses in advanced algebra and the cost would be a physics lab course and a optics course. I'm kinda of leaning towards the math degree in order to really prep me for grad school in physics. Any input would be appreciated.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Working in the field of theoretical physics

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