I'm currently working on a BS in Mathematical Physics. I'm wondering how this would look to grad schools, as opposed to a regular BS in physics. The mathematical physics major is similar to a Physics BS, with some higher level math added at the expense of a few senior level physics courses.

I'm still at a point where I can switch to regular physics and graduate at the same time, albeit with a little difficulty.

I assume mathematical physics would be most useful for folks interested in theory? I'm most interested right now in Experimental High Energy.

Can anyone offer some advice? How do admissions people view someone majoring in "Mathematical Physics"? Will this hurt my chances?

Thanks for your help