Sorry if this question isn't appropriate for this forum.
I'm a math and physics junior undergrad who wants to go into theoretical physics, in the direction of string theory or something like that. I'm going to have taken a bunch of grad classes in math and physics by the time I'm done. But, I really don't want to take the lab classes that are required for the physics major since there are a lot of other classes I want to take instead, and the lab classes at my school have a reputation of being time-intensive & uninteresting.
So, I'm strongly considering getting a minor in physics because of this. My question is whether it is advisable to do this, and if it would look too awkward to not have a physics major because of lab courses, even if I'll have good graduate coursework done. I'm also planning on talking to some of my professors about this, but I wanted to get some additional input from this forum.