I decided at *ahem* 42 to return to school. I have taken almost 45 hours (almost everything required) trying to figure out what exactly I want to do. Physics has intrigued me most - I seem to have learned the most in that class. I am taking Calculous this summer (starting on the 5th) but come Spring I will have to transfer to a 4-year-University. I was accepted to TCU (although I decided to remain at my school until everything I can earn credit wise has been taken - because TCU is expensive!). My question is - with my darling husband pushing for me to major in Engineering and the countless hours I spent learning Trig (because my Calculous Prof. said it would be a good idea to take that first) - I struggled with it at first. I guess I am looking for some guidance. I love the understanding of why things do the things they do. The math, although I struggled - once I got it - I got it (an A anyway). Am I heading down the right path? Are the jobs really out there? (Even for a 43 *ahem* year old mother of five now?) Any help is appreciated. Also, I made the Dean's and President's List and am a member of Phi Theta Kappa but are there other scholarships out there to help me attain the goals I set (like TCU)? Any help or guidance is greatly appreciated.