I'm done! Last night I submitted my final five assignments. I am awaiting final grades to be posted, so I cannot say I have the degree yet. I started Liberty University's MA - Management & Leadership (now the MA - Executive Leadership) in mid-January. This was accomplished by taking two classes per eight-week term while settling into a new, rather hectic career. I thought of it as a marathon, and now I'm curious as to what I am going to do with all of my free time. I owe a huge thank you to pugbelly2 for recommending this degree, and to the entire board for inspiration and motivation to finish. Thank you all! Looking forward to what's next... I have just under 10 months of benefits left in my GI Bill. Most programs that I'm considering can be completed scholastically in that time frame or complete to a point where there would be very little out-of-pocket costs to me. Considerations: APICS Certified in Production and Inventory Management (CPIM) APICS Certified Supply Chain Professional (CSCP) MS - Operations Management from the University of Arkanas Graduate Certificate in Operations and Supply Chain Management from SNHU MS - Data Analytics from SNHU If anyone has any experience with any of these programs, please let me know. All of these are being considered after a scholastic break. I definitely need to focus on work for a bit, and recharge in general.