Retired Military Person, 26.5 years in Military. Over time I have gotten my Electronic's Technologists, Specializing in Radar, Communications, and Sonar on Aircraft, and then Communications Technician on ships (12.5 years Navy), then I ran a 400 workstation and 4 server network by myself when computers were just coming into effect, 1983, received my CNA, 3 times now...lol but finally when I was 51 I figured I might as well get Computer Degree, so I went back to College and received my IT with Cisco Diploma and then wrote all the ridiculous tests required by Microsoft and Novell and Cisco. But I warn you, who ever went back to College or University at my age and said it was fun and enjoyable, were taking up underwater basket weaving in Bermuda, at later stages in life it is very difficult to shove more information in a brain that has already accumulated 50 or more years of information so the Brain is not as soft and flexible as it is when you are 18-28 when first starting out. SO i recommend that you take a hard look at what you would LOVE to do and then get every credit, degree, etc... when your 18-28 and then take upgrade courses (Much easier and safer on head) than taking a whole degree at a later stage in life. I mean this with some light hardiness because if your determined, age will have no significance, except you will study smarter and do your assignments...LOL.
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