Looking for some advise from someone who works in the industry. I'm interested in the faster growing jobs in the Tech industry (programming, network administration, database administration..stuff like that). From looking at the BLS, I'm noticing a theme of "bachelors recommended," but I do have a bachelors..in marketing; some industries just want to see that you are an educated individual, I've heard of an IT guy who got a job with a degree in theater. Now obviously the skill set would have to be developed itself via some institution , and 5 years of experience would be recommended, but what I'm really curious about is whether or not I would need a bachelors or masters in computer science in order to have a realistic shot of landing a job in the area. Skill specific education is fine by me of it takes 5 Yeats or so; I would prefer that over re-entering a 4 year school. Any advise would help, thanks either way for giving this a read.