What About Graduate School?
A bachelor's degree in physics is often not the last stop in a student's education. Physics graduates often go on to pursue Masters or PhD degrees in physics, chemistry, math, engineering, and business.
In addition, physics majors do very well in post-grad programs such as Medicine and Law. In fact, physics majors generally score higher than premed students on the MCAT entrance examination, and higher than prelaw students on the LSAT entrance examination.