I'm looking for a little truth. I'm 30, married, work full-time, 15-32 classes from any Undergrad degree, and cannot see any happy ending. Due to my job, I cannot accept any internship because of hour conflicts with my full-time position, which I cannot lose because it provides a tuition waiver and is our source of our medical, dental, and vision insurance. What's worse is that at best I can do 3 classes a semester and 1 summer meaning that I still have a minimum of 3 years after this semester to go. So even when I do get out at probably the age of 35 (at this point), I will completely lack any work experience in any of the fields beyond basic course work. Every semester that goes on I become less and less interested in school in general. So much of Engineering or Physics covers things I don't personally have any investment in because it's not what I would be happy working on professionally. Mathematics is pretty much a catch all that in the end yields the same thing. Nearly every website or video I've seen over the last few years seems to show how the primary job source I'd find myself in directly out of college is a Business position. Oh Good! A field I didn't want to be anywhere in in the first place! I've looked on every search I can. Every Engineering job I find requires minimum of 2 years experience and a list of specialty training that Engineering Seniors I've talked to have never heard of. So I'm pretty confused. It seems that the basic job growth for Applied Science majors is in the Business side of things which makes me ask... is there really a reason not to just drudge through a Management degree and collect that $50k a year starting?