...then you should consider a Physics Minor!
There is a need for biologists with quantitative skills! Physicists and biologists collaborate on topics that span from nuclear medicine to the dynamics of protein folding.
Quantum mechanics is the basis for much of chemistry, and materials research is the marriage between physics and chemistry.
Physics offers the hardware foundations of digital logic and interfacing, and a Physics Minor can open up opportunities in embedded systems engineering.
A Physics Minor helps focus principles of mathematics, such as eigenvectors and boundary value problems, into applications towards solving real-world situations.
Contact the Departmental Undergraduate Advisor for more information and consult with the Undergraduate Advisor of your major.