I am just curious about your degree majors and the reason(s). Also, do you think someone who majors in various (sometimes unrelated disciplines) is a jack of all trades and master of none? I earned my B.S. in Criminal Justice and AAS in Security Management. Next, I earned an MBA in General Management. Initially, I was pursuing an Ed.D. in Leadership. A certain VP at the university I was working said something along the line that I was a "jack of all trades." Anyway, I ended up dropping the Ed.D., not because of what he said, but because I was really passionate about criminal justice. So, I earned my M.S. in Criminal Justice. Finally, my Ph.D. in Criminal Justice. I think that a lot of people pursue their graduate degree(s) in a different discipline than their undergraduate degree. To some, this is essential to survive in today's professional work. So, what's your story?