So basically, I'm considering changing my major to finance and I was wondering what are some good electives and whatnot to supplement it. I don't want to look like a retard that took a relatively soft major, so I was thinking about adding a few math or physics classes (I really, really enjoy physics and was thinking about taking a calc-based physics series to enhance my problem solving skills) to make me more marketable since even accounting is probably more difficult than finance. Any suggestions about which ones I should take? I know a lot of you will recommend econometrics, but I've already declared a minor in econ and frankly, I hate it, so I just want to finish off whatever courses I have left for the minor and then be done with it. I'm more interested in math/physics, so anything in those would be ideal.
Also, I'm really into capital budgeting and assessing the financial relevance of projects, so which kinds of careers will offer similar work to this (aside from IB of course) and what are some good classes to supplement this?