Hello, first off, I want to say hello, I am new here! I am also a senior in high school looking for colleges, as well as what the road of physics has to offer after college. Secondly, I enjoy astrophysics with a passion, as well as quantum, and particle physics. But more on the quantum and astrophysics part. Should I look into a college that has a major in Astrophysics? Or should I look into schools that offer a physics major with a specialty in quantum/astro/particle physics? Which one is the better decision? I have a college(my top choice) in my head. Does anyone have any idea if University of Minnesota: Twin Cities is a good college for such things? I am also looking for sorta cheap tuition. But if I want to go into something I enjoy, I am okay going into debt for a while. Regardless, I am going to be in debt one way or another through college. So, when I enter college and get past associates, and hopefully bachelor degree. Do I have a chance to get some sort of internship(again, if I'm lucky) or some job that is related to the major of my choosing? All together, what are my chances and lists of applicable job opportunities during and after college, if all goes well. Thank you for reading and responding!