Long time SF member (not posting much recently). I value the opinion and expertise of the membership here and I'd like to float something that has been on my mind lately. I'm considering taking some graduate courses and maybe pursuing a masters, but I am not 100 percent sure what is the best use of my resources. I'm pretty much exclusively considering doing something at the state university where I live in some kind of blended online format (I travel a ton for work and doing something in the evenings is not feasible right now). I have what I consider to be a significant amount of debt from my law school experience and while it isn't overwhelming, I do not wish to take on any additional loans for education at all. I'd utilize tuition reimbursement from work, which is part of my motivation for considering this path, but it covers a max of 3k per year. I'd consider dipping into my pocket a little more, but not more than a grand or two a year. Some background about myself: I have an undergrad in Economics and History from a well regarded lib arts college and a JD from tier 3/non-big timer law school. Currently I work in a field that I would call a blend of litigation support and IT project management. On the one hand I think a masters in IT or in Information Systems would add some technical chops to my resume. however, a few people I've spoken to working either at my firm (software vendor) and consulting firms seem to feel that the job experience I have makes any technical degree kind of superfluous. Thus, I am considering whether something broader and more business based (basically an MBA) would make more sense for me. My thinking is that the MBA/JD would make me appear more versatile than just the JD and maybe a better candidate for business development opportunities and supervisory opportunities. I see myself staying in the field, but possibly leaving my firm in the next few years. Ideally I'd like to find a position at a consulting company and then perhaps go in house at a large corporation. That said- I've always found my flexibility has lead to success, so I'd consider something like sales (of our specific type of software or services) or perhaps if I was at a consulting firm getting exposed to some other disciplines like computer forensics etc. Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!