In the perfect world, I would be going for my geology degree. Unfortunately, it doesn't look like I'll be able to get it. I need to be realistic here. So, I've been looking online at the university in the town we are moving to in a couple of months and have been looking at their masters program. The only one that really popped out to me was their accounting program. Since I like working with numbers and so forth, I thought, this would be great for me. And, I won't feel like I am stuck working for just one entity. For example, there's not much you can do with a liberal studies degree. You're kind of stuck working in the field of education. But, with an accounting degree, you can work for government, local, regional, private, or non-profit organizations. I'm still trying to think of the cons though. Why should I not go for it? I just don't want to feel stuck, like I do now with my liberal studies degree.