Im currently a Finance Major at a state school and will graduate in May 2009 if I stay on this track. However, I recently took a physics 221 course and really enjoyed it, so much that I'm considering changing my major to it. I have two options basically, I can finish out my current major and then take the physics core classes i need for the physics gre or I can switch my major to an interdisciplinary major, where I major in both finance and physics, and would graduate in May 2010, the way the physics track is designed at my school, since the physics major itself is so small, it would take 4 yrs if i were to switch my major to physics all together, and an extra 3 1/2 yrs just isn't do able. Anyhow, If I do the interdisciplinary major or finish out my finance degree and take physics courses, which is best? What are my chances of getting into grad school for physics?
and as a disclaimer, I know its early in the game, since Ive only taken 1 physics course, but its one of the few classes Ive really enjoyed thus far in my academic career.
Any advice is appreciated, let me know what everybody thinks.