Hello, I am a 30 year old with a BS in communication, with a specialization in video production. I've been working full time in this field since college, and although I enjoy my job and like what I do, I find physics fascinating and can see myself really enjoying a career in that field of work. I did quite well in physics and math in high school, but that's about the extent of my education. I would love to go back to school full time for a degree, but from a financial standpoint, quitting my job to go back to school full time is just not an option. The local community college (Greenville, SC) offers night classes for an associates degree which is great, but after 2 years I would find myself in the same situation. Is there anyway a person can earn a physics degree, and eventually a masters while still working a full time job, or is earning a degree a full time job in it's own? Thanks in advance.