For personal reasons, I am moving to an area where there are not any larger universities that offer Master's and PhD programs, and I am also not 100% sure I want to currently pursue a PhD or not. One route that I am thinking of taking, though, is to find a job in order to see what industry is like but to pursue an online Master's degree (or two) while I am working, in order to keep myself sharp and to further my career, as well as to make myself hopefully a more desirable candidate if I decide to apply for PhD programs in a few years if I decide I prefer academia to industry. A few of the online Master's programs I have found are: -Astrophysics (MSc) from Liverpool John Moores: https://www.ljmu.ac.uk/study/courses/postgraduates/astrophysics-msc -Applied Mathematics Master's from University of Washington: https://www.appliedmathonline.uw.edu/ -Research Master in Science from Monash https://www.study.monash/courses/find-a-course/2017/science-2700?international=true (I haven't been able to find as much information about this program as the other two, so if you have any experience or further information about this program, I would love to know!) Does anyone have any experience with these programs and are they any good? Does anyone have any suggestions for other ones they have experience with or know to be good? Thank you for any suggestions and/or advice!