Here's the deal... I seem to have hit a brick wall. I have a full-time career which I work Mon-Fri, 8am-6pm. I also own my house. I'm trying to go back to school to earn my undergrad in Physics, but every school that I've talked to doesn't offer all the classes I need outside of my working hours. In fact, over HALF of my current classes are only offered during the hours in which I work. I explained this to my current counselor and let her know that there was absolutely no way I could get out of work to take these classes (because of the nature of my job). I asked if there was a way to take them with online, test out of them, or take them at night or on the weekends. She said that these classes were ONLY offered during those times (times which I have to work). I asked, "Then how am I suppose to ever complete my degree?" Her response was that I should work part-time (which is an impossibility because not only is this my career, not just some random job, but also because I have a mortgage and car note to pay. Working part-time would mean abandoning my career and foreclosing on my house just to go to school. Yeah.... I don't think so, pal. Her other advice was that I should pick a degree program which is specifically offered for working adults where classes are offered strictly in the evening. The problem is that only gives me two options - Business or Pre-Dental, neither of which I want to do. In fact, this seems to be the norm here. Every school in the region has the same two damn degree programs for evenings and nothing else. I don't want Business. I don't want Medical or Dental. I have no interest in either of them. Am I missing something? Am I really out of options here? Has anyone else here been in this situation?