I've looked all over this forum for the past year or two.. Really, I've just been lurking because I can't actively participate in many of the conversations on here. Love the information this forum has. So, I'm currently an electrician who is active duty in the United States Air Force, and I want to pursue an education in Physics. I am almost finished with my Associates Degree from the Community College of the Air Force, I will be finished this upcoming semester, and when I get into college, I can start at Calculus level; my bases are covered. The problem is that there are very, very few local schools here; and of those that are here, they are too expensive to be in them part-time, and don't even offer Physics. So what I need is advice. My interests are primarily Physics, Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, and Computer Engineering; in that order. My plan is Physics, background in an electrical-based engineering, and a minor in Computer Science. Ultimately I want many options available in the future. I love the whole idea of Quantum Physics, I love applied sciences, computer science, I want to work with Quantum Computing, Computational Physics, or just have the knowledge to decide if I actually want to do something else in the sciences. While active duty I need to do online programs. Should I do Computer Science, Physics, or some type of Engineering degree online? After I get out, I can always earn another bachelor's in something... Which, ideally, I wanted a Physics/EE (B.S. EE) dual degree and minor in CS... But that won't work out quite well until I'm out of the military (in 4 years), by then I'll be 26. Sorry for being so wordy, I just thought a full grasp of the situation would be most beneficial to anyone trying to help me. Any help would be highly appreciated! What do you all suggest?