Originally Posted by christopher
I know at my school, a lot of the CS or computer engineer students take a good chunk of physics for their major: Newtonian Mechanics, Electrodynamics, Thermodynamics, Quantum and Optics, but just enough to get the idea of how it works. The physics majors then take those classes again in much more detail. I would stick with CS if that's what you enjoy the most so you can have the luxury of learning the physics while sticking to the major you want.
CS here is pretty narrowed as far as physics, we only have to take Newtonian Mechanics, A Survey of Gravitation, Thermo, Waves, and Oscillations, and Electromagnetism. Math here is also pretty condensed, stopping after Linear Algebra or DiffEq.