Pursuing 2nd bachelor's degree--need advice I am 25 years old and graduated with a BA in a liberal arts field in 2008. I have had a string of unsuccessful temp jobs, and am trying to go back to school to get a new degree. I am looking for job stability and a decent salary. Since graduating, I have taken the following courses (with grade listed): Calculus I: B Calculus II: B Discrete Math: B+ General Chemistry I: A Right now, I'm in introductory Java and Calc-based Physics. I have an A in Java and probably a D in Physics...it's just not clicking. I had been thinking of engineering, but I currently am bad at and despise doing Physics! I have a tutor, watch online lectures, etc. It doesn't interest me. I am also thinking about Comp. Sic., which I enjoy, but I'm worried that the courses will end up more like Discrete Math with proofs and recursions. I like building simple programs, but I don't know if it's what I want to do as a career yet. Finally, on the opposite spectrum is finance or accounting, neither of which I have ever taken. The job stability/$ sounds nice, and I've always enjoyed reading The Economist/Businessweek. However, I am trying to repair poor credit and would be an outlier, culturally, if it's the old boy's club I stereotypically envision it to be. I have a 3.0 GPA, so I can't transfer to the most prestigious programs. I need to make a decision soon, as I want to apply for full-time status beginning Jan. 2012 (applying this fall). This is difficult, because I don't have many hobbies. I would like to have a stable, interesting, in-demand, non-outsourced, career. I'd like to be able to save up $ to travel or perhaps live in Europe one day (which I'd why, aside from the possibility of crippling debt, I turned down law school with an LSAT score in the 90th percentile). I'm willing to work hard...I know that life doesn't hand out success, and I don't want to be royally f'd by a degree again (thanks English BA). Any advice?