I think we found the anti-Tyjenks

The CPA who wants to become a historian.

If one intended to make a change in career from, say, accounting to an academic career in history, do you have to go back to school to get a second bachelors? Or can you go straight into a masters program provided you took bachelor-level prerequisites.

And second. Assuming you were going “all the way.” Does it matter where you get your Masters degree if you hope to get accepted to a good PhD program?

Some information would be great if there are any academics out there. Thanks, marv

Yes, but what are his thoughts concerning “Empire of Magic”?

  • Alan