So I know some school out their will gladly take my money from me, but my question is can you pursue a phd in engineering while working full time, by just taking one class at a time? That is what I'm currently doing for my masters degree, and wondering if it's even possible for a phd. I know that I defiantly want to continue education after I finish my masters but am unsure if it's possible to get a phd taking one class a time. If it's not than pursuing possibly another bachelor's is an option. The company I work for pays a certain percentage but only for one degree at one level. So the company I work would support another bachelor's lol. Could I pursue another bachelor's like I thought in my undergraduate you cannot apply any credits to your undergraduate degree that are over 8 years old. So if I were to go back for another Bachelor's with credits over 8 years old than what happens? Would I have to take all the really easy math classes over again like Calculus 1 or have to waste my time taking general education credits again? Just wondering if you pursue another bachelor's and your credits from your first undergraduate degree is over 8 years old, do you really have to go for another 120 credits and take over really basic fundamental classes all over again?