I am looking into going to IU to get an M.A. in Anthropology, and maybe even a PhD if the M.A. is only available while on the way to a PhD. I am interested the most in either archaeology or bioanthropology. Currently, I have a B.A in Business with a major in Finance and International Studies and a minor in Economics. Unfortunately, I only figured out about a year ago that I was not interested in business at all, but science instead. Most of my spare time was spent watching documentaries on the Science channel, National Geographic channel, History, Discovery, etc. And then I realized that most books I read as a kid were science related as well. By the time I figured this out, however, I only had 1.5 semesters left to get a B.A. in Business, so I stuck it out. But now, after only 3 months of working in a cubicle, I have decided I would like to drop out of the corporate rat race for good and become a scientist. It is going to be sort of tough though, since I am now working full time for an insurance company in Indianapolis and I'm not sure when I can even get into the M.A. Anthropology program down in Bloomington (which is where IU's main campus is - 1.5 hours from here). It's spring break this week, so the Graduate Program Director is out this week. On Monday the 17th I will be conversing with him regarding going after my dream and flipping off "the man" and doing research in a museum or university setting.