Hi everyone, I am a Math major and I had to choose my specialization area pretty soon. Between Physics & CS which one is more preferable than the other (for admission and career wise)?

Even if I do a Physics specialization I would still be able to take a few programming courses from the CS dept, so that won't be a problem.

OTHER INFO:

1) I am going to apply to graduate programs in Fin Math(and related areas like Operations Research, Fin Eng).

2) Possible CS courses include - C, Python, Algorithms, Computability Theory, Logic and I am allowed to take higher level courses like Logspace Computation, Verification Theory, Complexity Theory, etc,.; For Physics - Classical, Quantum, Statistical Mechanics, Electromagnetism and I am allowed to take higher level courses like QFT and such if I am interested.

3) In Math, I have taken courses up to Measure Theory now and I have planned to take Functional Analysis and Compact Riemann Surfaces (if I can manage).

Thanks in advance for any suggestions.