Long story short, I currently work in digital product management, I am successful and it is lucrative. However, I never finished my college degree (originally business focused), and at 34 years old I would be starting over at this point. I was widowed a few years ago and am a single mom to a special needs teenager. I've done some soul searching and decided I don't like what I do (bored), and I think I can financially going back to school full time (not working) for about four years. It's good timing as my son doesn't require the care he used to, I'm financially stable, and I really want to learn, it's what I do for fun. I have a passion for math and come from a long line of engineers, so physics seems a natural fit for me. However, I don't have the time to aim for a phd, and I won't go academic, I do like money, and intend to make it again. So my question is, what can a combo physics BS or MS degree along with a solid history in product management in the digital arena bring in terms of job opportunities? My heart pulls at me to go dual major physics/astronomy as that is where my true passion lies, but I think the astronomy part will prove worthless in the industrial world considering I will stop short of a phd. What would be an appropriate focus, and what opportunities might that bring? General ideas are highly appreciated as I'm still just in the thought process of how to do this, but I also need to know I have a plan before I can start putting logistics into place. Thanks!