What happens when your academic interests are so diverse that preexisting majors just don't fill the bill? You do what UAH student Nick Christensen did and pursue an Individualized Bachelor of Science, which in his case combines physics, computer science, computer engineering, and mathematics. "I really want to get into quantum computing, but computers are getting so small now that they're starting to be governed more by laws of quantum mechanics than practical physics," said Christensen. "So my core is in physics, but I'm taking additional coursework in computer science, computer engineering, and math." Normally, he continued, he would be graduating next year. But because of the amount of coursework required to complete his individual program of study, he will probably be here until the Spring of 2015. "I actually had a suspicion it would turn out this way, especially when I started adding in computer engineering," he said with a laugh. "I probably could have gone without it, but it's so important for what I want to do."