OK so I currently attend The University of North Texas, which is by no means a prestigious school for physics. I am a physics major with 72 hours of coursework under my belt. I plan to attend graduate school and would like to get into a good school for something in the realm of theoretical physics. Recently I have been debating whether or not to transfer to Texas A&M as it's physics program is more well known and harder. My GPA in my major at UNT is a solid 4.0 and I have a very good reputation / close connection to many physics professors aswell. This is my GPA with many senior level courses (qm, stat mech, mech, act) I am very sure I would keep a 4.0 through the rest of my undergrad career if I stay at UNT. If I was to attend A&M there is a possibility that my GPA could drop and I would being starting fresh with no connection to any professors there. This being said, is it a better idea to graduate from A&M simply because it is prestigious or would it be a better idea to just graduate from UNT with a 4.0 in my major?