Hey y'all I'm looking for some fairly high altitude general life advice. Basically: At what point does it become rational to say "the time for choosing careers (or career entry points) has passed", hunker down, and stick with something for a while / see it through to fruition. My char points: - 24 years old - BA in humanities from top-whatever school - works in marketing and property development - going back to school for 2 year - B.Sc. in Comp Sci. - 25 INT, 26 STR, 30 CHA, 25 AGL - rune of mathing +10 to calculating - top speed of 35 km/h I'm doing comp sci for a few reasons, 1) skills development, 2) career re-orientation, 3) ability to get closer to working with "hard science" materials (considering M.Sc in scientific computing - anyone have experience with that?) The option I am "entertaining" is transferring after 1 year of CS (depending on grades and etc) into the Engineering dept, to go for an Engineering Physics combined B.Sc / B.Eng. That's a real "pipe dream" in terms of job opportunities, grad school opportunities, and academic material. BUT, its just more undergrad, another 4 - 5 years!! Doing that entails having spent a total of almost a decade in undergrad !!! Am I right to think "spending x number of years in undergrad is crazy!" or should I go for the ultra-top gold model at the cost of basically the rest of my 20s? Thanks for the input, be merciless.