Hi guys! My apologies if this has already been posted, I couldn't find anything. I'm on my way to finish my Bachelor in Business Management in February at the age of 21. I come from a small town in Europe and worked my ass off to the point where I currently have lucrative job offer straight out of uni in NYC in the field of business development / marketing (It is extremely hard to get a job offer in the USA, especially for a European my age with minimal experience, let alone in NYC. So I kinda wanna take the offer to also pay for uni). So the deal is I'm absolutely sure I want to pursue a bachelor in physics at a university, but I will have to work full time to pay for my general living expenses and such. So my question is are there any options for me to pursue a fulltime (university level bachelor) physics degree next to my full time job? (like online degrees, universities that provide evening classes etc.) Assume that I am fully capable to study and work simultaneously, capabilities are no issue here, I already accepted the fact that I won't have a social life. I just want to know IF there are any options out there for people like me. I found a double degree in physics and math at Open University (online education orientated uni) and some other options, but I heard people frown upon online degrees, especially people in the field of Physics (please correct me if I'm wrong, this is purely based on what I read on the internet). Anyway, now is the right time for me to pursue my interest since I'm still relatively young (right?), and I've already done lots self studying the past years so I think have a clear picture of what's about to come. The goal is to eventually get in a kickass graduate school at a kickass university with a kickass GPA. Thanks a lot folks! Your help is greatly appreciated tl;dr: Want to pursue a bachelor in physics while working full-time at the age of 21, curious on what options are available out there for people like me.