I just returned to college to finish my degree in Physics! My advisor and I have been talking about how by the Spring semester, I should have a general idea about which track to go in the Physics program. My options are the pure physics track or the nuclear physics track. We've gone over the courses for both tracks so I understand how my education would play out, but I am curious as to which track would be best. I do plan on grad school after graduating, as my main interests lie in astrophysics, cosmology, and particle physics. From what I understand, nuclear physics seems to be closer to what I am looking for rather than general physics since a lot of the sub-fields I am interested in can/do operate on the subatomic level. On the other hand, the general physics track includes series classes that focus on both theoretical and experimental physics. Thoughts on which track would be best?