Hi everyone, My details: Age: 26 Education: Bachelor's in Mass Media; Post-graduate Diploma in Journalism Work ex: 5 years for an international news agency covering pharmaceuticals and healthcare. I loved science in high school and was great at it, but couldn't continue due to some unavoidable personal circumstances. I've been strongly feeling the need to study science over the past year. I applied for a science fellowship last year, but turns out I'm too young for it. So I am now looking to apply for a science masters program next year - something in earth sciences, geology or biology. Obviously, all masters programs require an undergrad in science. Since there is no concept of community college in my area, I've been taking online courses to catch up on physics and bio ... but it's only making me realise how badly I need a classroom environment. Someone mentioned the BU LEAP program on another thread, but that's only for engineering. Anything like that for science? Or any science masters programs that would accept me with my current academic background? Any suggestions would be appreciated, thanks. Cheers!