I've been working for an oil-company for the last 2 years as an LWD field engineer. My goal is to move back into the city and would like to pursue a petrophysics career. I have a degree in Chemical Engineering, but I am told geophysics is the best way to pursue this. Is there any way to obtain a geophysics degree through correspondence or would I have to move back to the city? Looking at the university I graduated from it would take 3 to 4 semesters to graduate since I have about 60% of the credits already finished. However, I'm unsure if it is at all possible to go back to school while maintaining a reasonable job. I'd be fine with an intern level position but at least something where I can continue to build experience in the oil and gas field (trying to talk to my company about that currently). I know in Chemical engineering a lot of people that came back to do their degrees would do a co-op or maintain a part-time work for a local engineering company but petrophysics is largely a career focused with the major oil companies so I'm unsure even where I could get part-time work like that without waiting a year or so after beginning to pursue geophysics. Any help would be appreciated.