Bachelors of Arts in English Language/Literature, Texas Tech University, Graduated May 2007.
<i>Unfortunately, while I love this degree very much and I still want to pursue English later in life, I did not have the money to afford a graduate program that would have helped me in any form or fashion at the time. So I went and tried to get a job, and no one wanted to hire an English major. It wasn't the best thing ever, but I do hope to eventually get a Ph. D. in English literature and teach at a University.</i>
Master of Management, University of Phoenix, In Progress. (Schd Completion: June 2008)
<i>I work here so I'm getting the degree for free (woo!) and it makes me more marketable in a business setting. Also, once I've had the degree for two years I'll be able to offset the expenses of a doctoral education by teaching management classes part time. This is something I'm watching others do, and it seems work well. Having my masters at the age of 23 isn't a bad start though!!</i>
This is what it must feel like to walk in full sunlight, my darkness revealed, my shadow self embraced. - Dexter