Hi guys, I'll start with a little history of myself. I entered the University of Illinois (champaign) into the dept of Electrical/Computer engineering thinking that this was what I wanted to do..and to be honest I wasnt very well informed or aware that Computer Engineering was the design and creation of computers. At the time I was looking into programming (computer science) and possibly got into the wrong field. Anyway, after two years of taking all the hard math and physics courses and doing fairly ok in most I decided that I didnt like it as much as I thought. I did poorly in some classes because I couldnt manage my time and possibly a small lack of interest. After that door sort of closed on me I decided to change into Aerospace but for that to happen I had to take other courses to bring my GPA up etc etc.. Long story short, in the interest of graduating on time, I decided to apply all my math and physics into a Mathematical/Quantitative Economics degree. Now that I look back I have some regrets. Anyway, the thought of getting an Aerospace degree has NEVER left my mind and now that I'm financially stable with a pretty good job..and debating whether I want to get a Masters in an economics related field (and be financially more stable) or go for what I want, I have decided that I want to persue the degree in Aerospace. I am 26 now, I graduated in 2006 so its been a while.. I have found that the Illinois Institute of Technology offers such a program. The only other school that offers Aerospace is U of I back south in Champaign. To be honest I guess Im just asking for some words of wisdom or guidance as I keep thinking that getting a masters would be more worthwhile for my future rather than persuing another bachelors. Yet I cant get the thought out of my mind after watching documentary after documentary on rockets, propulsion, airplanes etc I hope this makes some sense.