Hi all, first post here. I've searched the forum but didn't find anything so I figured I'd ask! I have a Master's degree in music but, and I'm sure you're shocked, I'm working in a job that really has nothing to do with music and my life is going nowhere. So I've decided to go back to school for my second love, science. After a ton of research I've settled on engineering (aero/astro). While poking around, looking for options *other* than going back to school to get another Bachelor's I came across the LEAP program at Boston University. LEAP stands for Late Entry Accelerated Program. Basically you take a year or two to get up to get up to the basic speed of a graduating senior (they do, however, come right out and say that there will be things you'll need to study on your own.) If you're interested - http://www.bu.edu/eng/leap/ Has anyone here done this program or heard anything about it? I've checked out BU in U.S. News' listing and they come in at... 43, I think? So, a pretty decent school, but any insight on how BU's Engineering school is viewed? Also, does anyone know of programs like this at other schools? If you go to BU's Engineering website there's no mention of the LEAP program, I really stumbled upon it by accident, so I'm feeling a little stymied in my search for programs like this. Any help or input would be appreciated!