I graduated in 2011 with a bachelor's degree in Economics and no clue of what kind of career I wanted. I fell into insurance and don't care much for it. Since graduating, I have become better acquainted with myself and discovered an interest in astrophysics and computer programming. I desperately want to learn more and possibly switch career paths, but that seems unrealistic unless I am able to obtain a related education. I am quite sure that a second baccalaureate degree is out of the question, but I have read that obtaining a Master's in engineering is possible without having a related bachelor's degree. Is that correct? If so, what is the best method of educating myself to a level in which I can be accepted into a Master's in aerospace or electrical engineering? Should I take classes a community college, obtain an Associate's degree, or just self educate? My apologies if this has already been asked. I would appreciate your helpful feedback.