Hi all, So I graduated from a small liberal arts school in Minnesota with my B.A. in Biology last year (2009). I'm not really sure why, but I decided on Plant Pathology for graduate school, which landed me in a PhD program at NDSU in Fargo, ND. Now, what I really wanted to do was live in the Twin Cities (Minneapolis/St Paul, MN) So I am back at home with my parents, going to school part time. (I am taking Calculus and Physics-for Science and Engineering-different than the versions of those classes I took during my first undergrad career) and working part-time. *Originally, I was planning on working full-time, but haven't been able to find a job. Here's what I know: I want to get my next degree from the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities. Nowhere else. I regret not going there in the first place, and I want to remain in the Twin Cities for the rest of my life. (Although I would consider: San Diego, LA, San Fran, Chicago, New York, or Boston...all big cities). I'm looking at Engineering as a career path, but don't necessarily know what kind of engineering I want to do, or what my options are, let alone what my daily life would be like. I'm almost certain I wouldn't make a good physics major, but I haven't given up on the idea of Mathematics either which I think might open doors for me, too. Does anyone have any suggestions? THANK YOU!