Ok, Right now Im an aircraft mechanic for the airforce, its a cool job and I learn alot but soon I want to finish my bachelors so I go on to OTS (Officer Training School) and come out a second lieutenant(sp?) I had to go through maybe.....2 years of tech school and airframe specific training to get my certifications all of which transfer over to college credit which puts me about 3-4 credit hours from an AA in aircraft maintenance which I will complete along with an FCC/A&P, but I want to move on from aircraft repair and hope to transfer to the space wing once I complete OTS. I have to complete this degree online due to me not having time to sit in a classroom because of situations in the desert that are forcing us to make older planes do alot of crap they probably shouldnt be, thus breaking them, thus keeping me busy. So I found a degree plan on AMU's website called space studies it interested me and I was seriously considering it for like tommorow. I wanted to know what people already working in the field think about it and how useful you feel it may be to me as far as getting exceptance into space command (if you know) and in the outside world, by outside world I mean after retirement with ESA or NASA.
btw. theres a few of the classes from tech school that I get transfer credits for with this degree plan that was the point of the long explaination I kinda got lost in sorry I left a link to AMU's Space Stuidies thing below