Hi folks, Just a quick question. I'm 25 and working full time. My work is such that, unless anything breaks or goes wrong, I sit around and browse internet forums to pass the time. I also have a very free hand in scheduling. I'm interested in going back to school for Mechanical Engineering, and wondering what the plausibility would be of trying to do something like 3-4 courses in all 3 terms, fall, spring and summer, to make a full time workload; thus I could continue to work full time, and it shouldn't really interfere with studies, as I can study, at work. I'm in Canada, I'd be at BCIT or UBC. Have no idea what sort of workload I'd be looking at, my uni career was arts and business administration. What I'm trying to avoid, is $40,000 in student loans. I'll avoid it at any cost, I detest being in debt, so much that I would likely do something like go trades to avoid it. Thanks for any insight.