When my husband first started going back to college, this was when he was still in active duty in the Navy, he started off with a Nursing course. He was almost done with it, all he need was to to go to a hospital and do his internship. He wasn't able to do that because we got transferred to South Korea.
When we were there, all he could do was an online course so he took General Studies and graduated with Associate of Arts, General Studies. When we came back here, he enrolled in Nuclear Medicine, he did it for two semesters and he found out that job opportunity on this course was so scarce, so he diverted to Accounting. He is now down to three subjects after this semester, so hopefully he would graduate soon.
|Taken when we were going down to the hall where the Recognition ceremony in his school took place.|
He told me that after the summer class, he still have benefits left from his GI Bill so he wants to use it to get a certification for Medical coding. Hubby has so many credits in college now that if he could have took just one course, he could have a master's degree with all the benefits that he gets from GI Bill. But I guess it is not too bad to explore of the possibilities, so I support him fully!