Hello all! Not new to the forums but new to post. I recently received my B.S. in Applied Physics with a minor in Math and Comp Sci and have entered the work force with a great company, but I don't want to stop there. I want to further my education and lucky for me my company pays for roughly 1 class a semester (which works with 40+ hours a week). My problem is I have no idea which path I want to take. My three "end goals" would be in order: 1. Professor 2. Game Designer (side hobby when time permits but who knows when I retire) 3. CEO (or just climbing the corp ladder as high as possible) Now I know that all require a ton of full time attention but I am in a spot where I can further my education towards whatever I want and all three of these might actually be possible down the line. Now for the questions. What should I get my Master's in? Mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, material engineering, computer science, business, or none of the above and something completely different? I love learning how things work and I have always loved learning things that I can apply (theoretical physics = bad time). I like dabbling in chemistry but I never liked biology. I also don't want to get stuck behind a computer all day and get to work with people. Huge amounts of writing is to be expected I know but the more I can avoid the better. I don't have to decide right away but I do want to start asap so I can get more than one and/or go for PhD. All inputs welcome! I'm even asking friend's parents and parent's friends who work in a technical/business tech field so anything would be appreciated.