When I started reading this forum, I was just looking for ONE program, so I could complete a bachelor's level degree in math or statistics. I would look at people's sig lines, and read people's messages, about enrolling in yet another program, and wonder what you all were smoking. But I guess it's contagious. The math program at UIS requires that one have the ability to write a computer program. My advisor interpreted that to mean that I should enroll in an Intro to Programming course. Years ago I used to write database programs, but I figured it would be an easy A and I didn't want to argue with my advisor. While I was taking courses at the community college to prepare for UIS, I took a Database Management course because I sometimes use MS Access in my current job. Well, the intro to programming course I'm taking uses Visual Basic. But it seemed to me that Java would be more generally useful, and that knowing how to write programs would be a good thing for a math major. And, it turns out, that with just TWO java courses in addition to what I've already taken, I can get a Certificate in Java Programming from the community college. So now I'm enrolled in two schools at the same time for next spring! What have you all done to me?