Hi! I've read the links posted by MathGangsta in the "too late to be a physicist" thread, but I'm wondering if someone could comment on just getting the Bachelor's degree. I'm 30 with the wife/mortgage/kid package, and I already have a career. I think a career change to physics is a bit out of reach, but nonetheless I'd like to get my Bachelor's in physics. Has anyone even heard of a program that would work for people like me? I can't take off of work for classes, and I'm also a bit worried about research/lab requirements. I'm not really concerned with the amount of time it would take me to finish the degree (moving towards it is the important part).