- 6 years ago
- Wedding: September 2012
I’m will be embarking on a career change down the road (I am currently a lawyer and no longer wish to practice law) and I’m considering becoming a dietitian; I’ve got a couple years before making the move to go back to school, and I have a lot of pre-req’s to take before I can enroll in a full time program. If I take a pre-req or two per semester, I’ll be ready to enroll in a Masters program in 2-3 years. DH and I are looking at possibly making a location change, so committing to an on-campus program is impossible at the moment. Certainly, a final decision about where I enroll full time can be put off, but I’d like to make sure I take the appropriate pre-reqs for the program I intend to pursue. An online program would certainly be more covenient in the long run, but I was wondering about the perception in the professional community of full online degree programs. Also, any advice about the career in general would be helpful. Love it? Hate it? Do you work as a consultant or for a corporation or hospital? Etc. Thanks in advance for any thoughts/advice!