With the cost of a college education rising almost double the cost of inflation, there must eventually come a point where it becomes too expensive to obtain a higher education. Is this all a bad thing?
I don't think so. There is a lot to be said for institutional learning that is done in a school, but there is also a lot to be said for real world experience.
With 80% of college grads working in something unrelated to their major within 10 years of graduation, it may be a good deal to check out a local community college and begin the process there.
Most credits will transfer when you realize what it is you really want to do, but the biggest savings will come in the form of less money spent.