In May of 2020 I graduated with a B.S. degree in mathematics and got a job right away in finance. I was considering going the Actuarial pathway for a long time but have never felt a strong passion for it or the required exams. I do not want to stop working full time at my current job in finance but have discovered a real passion for DIY circuits projects, learning physics after work, and programming scripts. I recently applied to Arizona State University online for their undergraduate Electrical Engineering because I can continue to save money while taking classes and continuing my education. Does anyone on here have advice for if I would have a difficult time securing a job with an online degree even if it is accredited? Has anyone been through or know someone that has been through this program or a similar one? I deeply enjoy math, solving problems, and I want to work on things where I feel like I am making a difference in the world not just doing it for the money. Also I realize at some point I would need to get an internship or two before graduating and am prepared to save up money / move back in with parents for a time to make that happen. I would really appreciate honest answers even if they are harsh. Thank you!