Stuck in a rut trying to make a decision. I graduated recently with a BS in Business Management from a decent Brick and Mortar school. Through weird circumstances and a little luck, I landed a fantastic IT Systems Analyst job. Long story short, I want to move into security (security analyst role). While I am going to do my best to stay with my current employer, I am keeping my options for other jobs open in the future, especially since there are a lot of opportunities on the security side of IT (given the right knowledge and experience of course). One issue I am slightly concerned about is my current Bachelors degree and how it really isn't technical or IT related much at all. While I know this may not be an issue because of my current job experience (and working on some security certifications on the side), I sure do see a fair number of job ads for Security Analyst positions specifically call for IT related degrees. I spoke with an adviser from my Brick and Mortar school. I can knock out a Bachelors in IT in about a year. Is it really worth it for me at this point? It seems I would benefit more from leveraging my current job experience with some good certifications. At the same time, I am the type that wants all my bases covered. I would hate to lose out on jobs simply because my area of study isn't directly related. Anyone have experience with this or thoughts on it? Thank you all.