I know I've commented on and asked for school opinions SEVERAL times. Our situation has tweaked a little in the past few months, though, and all of my friends/family are sick of hearing me whine/sort all of this out. Basically, Josh is pretty much stuck here in MI between his grandma being extremely sick and his new awesome job with Pfizer. All fine and dandy until I decided that if I ever want to be happy in my workplace/make a decent living at the same time, I need to return to school. We've talked through all of the options, and he supports whatever I decide. So, Chazzers help, please. Option A: Go to school locally for a BA that I'm not SUPER interested in (Hydrogeology), but it is kind of related to my dream field of Rangeland Management. Be able to keep working at my current job and live at home with Josh. Job outlook is probably decent for MI, but will have me doing the same thing for the rest of my life: testing water. OR I could go for a BA in Environmental Sciences and Geology, and try to focus a lot of efforts into forestry and wildlife and get a job with the DNR post graduation. Option B: Go to school at Purdue (IN) or Wilmington (OH) for a BA in Agronomy and Soil Sciences, which is a little more interesting but doesn't give me an ideal job outlook as far as my personal interests. Live there, and visit often. Would most likely thrive with a job in MI, as Crop Agriculture is big around this area. Option C: Move back out West (either Oregon State, U of Wymoing, or CSU) and go for my ultimate dream job. Try to manage moving back in the summers, seeing if I could get a seasonal range job somewhere local for my summer internships. Job placement/outlook is good, but would probably land me permanently in the west. Colorado does have a Pfizer in Denver and we could see if there would be anyway to transfer back out there. My mind is seriously exploding. I have so many packets of courses laying all over for different schools. I'm at the point now where any research I do on other schools/major ideas just make me cry.