I'm saying that I'm 33 starting with an associate's degree.
And that doesn't change my opinion. I've known people that got their Masters at 60. Go for it, you can achieve anything you want.
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I do not have work experience in this field and regardless it takes six years to get a Master's Degree.
And honestly, this makes no sense "work experience can be transferred to college credits" I've never heard anything like this before.
Who downvoted this. Honestly.
I did. My military experience and work in the fitness industry transfered as credits at my school. Went towards General electives in my bachelors degree so it didn't take 4 years.