Hello, I'm brand new to the site. I found it on Google while doing some curious research on the title of the thread. First off, as it states I am 26, I'm married with an 8 month old daughter. I started out in mechanical drafting at 19, worked to a junior status as a piping designer, dabbled in valve and equipment design/maintenance, and now I am a project manager for a smaller pipe company. My question is relatively simple and I'm hoping to get some feedback from experienced professionals. What are my chances holding a 40 hour+ a week job as a PM and pursuing a bachelors in ME? Is this doable? I'm not looking to be a full load student at this point, it's just not feasible. I believe I have the drive and my background will help me. I would like to move into a position to be involved on the technical side/decision making side that comes with mechanical engineering and move further from the cost/time part. Thanks in advance for any replies or wisdom.