Hi everyone, I am in a situation now would love hearing others advice; I graduated from a university with an Arts (Psychology) degree, and after few years I pursued a Part-time distance MSc of Marketing and continue worked in marketing positions. I also recently earned the Project Management Professional qualification from PMI after working on marketing projects for the last 5 years. After being in the industry for couple years, I realized I soon reaching the ceiling of paid for my level of work (marketing project Manager) . And in order to advance, I feel like either could pursue a managerial position which I don’t feel ready (especially to mentor subordinates), or I am hoping to make a detour to more IT focus Project Management which I feel there’s more potential for growth, and also a field that a growing interest in. However, A lot of the IT project Management related job requires a technical academic background or some experience in the IT industry. When I did my research - I realized that a lot of the part-time computer science/IT programs require a technical background, and a lot of them are offered a full-time basis. I understand as a highly technical field that will be reasonable pre-req, but in my situation where I want to convert into managing IT project management but would like to maintain a source of income so I would not consider enrolling full-time. My question is, is a MSc of Information System Management would help in my situation, or should I enroll in a computer science program to get the technicality right? Essentially a ISM degree is still ‘business administrative’ focuses and I am not sure is it a sensible choice in a situation. I am 28 now and I am also afraid it’d be too late to convert my career path. Any feedback is greatly appreciated.