Just beginning my 6th semester in the CJ bachelors program. It has worked quite well for me so far, especially with all my life changes over the past year. I absolutely could not have done it if it wasn't self-paced and prefer to study, read then re-read, outline, etc. as that's the best way for me to learn. I have just retired, or semiretired, which is the description I prefer. So now I have more time to dedicate to the program. I will continue on and complete this semester but wondering if I should finish out the string (I do get a free semester on semester 8) or transfer to another school since a lot of schools require 30 semester hours under their flag. I chose the major because I like the content even though I know I probably won't ever use the degree as I have no desire to enter LE and of course here in Texas I have aged out or they want an RA degree. If I have any interests in the field it would either be in Court Administration, Probation/Parole and/or working with Juveniles (I have worked with teens throughout my life) and Victim Advocacy. I've considered Peru State, the Big 3, etc. and changing the major to Social Science or Liberal Arts. So there you have it. Just wanted to put it out there to see what my distinguished colleagues think. Thanks for taking the time to read this thread and thanks in advance for any insight you might have.