I'm attending a community college right now getting my business administration degree, then I'm going to transfer to either ECPI or Old Dominion university. I'm liking the way information technology career field is looking (stability, growing demand) but out of the blue I'm sorta interested with drafting &design degrees, which not many schools where I am located offer drafting & design degrees (only itt and probably the art institute). I learn better hands on, but back to IT, mother says to go into cybersecurity, I'm willing to do the schooling but in the end I want it to show in my pay (if you now what I mean). I am leaning to cybersecurity but my thing is, I'm really undecided, I get bored easily, especially after the 2 year point. I don't mind repeating tasks day by day I like routine but I need something that will keep my spark lit. I don't know what IT field would be a great match but my thing is, my community college offers certifications (which is much cheaper than universities and ECPI) and I understand ECPI will have a much faster opportunity to land a job. It should take about the same time (hopefully 2 years) to get my bachelor's between both schools but don't know what employers look for. I understand MBA is what to get, but where should I go and what should I do when I'm ready to transfer? Thank you for any advice!