Hi, I need some help from people who are currently in these majors/ fields. I just transferred to a university from a community college, with original interest of doing their Earth science program. But, the more I reevaluate my interest, and look into grad schools, the more it seems I should major in physics/math than Earth science. What I'm looking at is many different options, from engineering to geophysics. Pretty much everything that interest me seems to have so much math and/or physics requirements that I wouldn't be able to plug into my current program due to time (its a liberal arts school, so I still need to take 4 semester of language). Math/physics seems to a much better choice for undergrad no matter what you decide to do in grad school. I'm currently a "junior" because I transferred in with over 70 credits (I took a bunch of fun science courses: bio1&2, botany, zoology, chem1&2, physical geography along with the usual GERs), and need to declare this semester, so I really don't want to make the wrong choice. The issue is, I only have calculus 1 and no physics credits yet. I didn't initial think I'd like either, but after I took precalc/trig and cacl 1, I really like it. Then, my first semester at university (this semester), I'm taking astronomy just out of interest. I LOVE it, and the three physics professors I've had between that class and cosmology class are just so awesome. At the same time, I'm not really enjoying my geo classes like I thought I would. Categorizing rocks has become so boring and unstimulating. I also feel like I might pigeon hole myself into being able to only do geoscience in grad school if I just finish up with earth science. Any advice?