After seeing how utterly useless my BS in Math is, I was thinking about going back to sk00l. Unfortunately, I tend to space if the subject matter doesn't move at a fast enough pace, and my grades are mediocre at best, so I'll likely need to go to a California State uni for my MS since I've already taken most of the subject matter needed for the degree at the UC I went to. Aside from that, the CS system is nice since it's pretty much the same thing from the POV of a MS, but is wayyyyy cheaper. I was thinking about getting my MS in Math, and taking some MS level physics, CS, Chem, CogSci, etc(?) if I could worm my way in, to keep from getting too boreded. Now, the problem is, even if I get a MS in Math with some supporting classes and I'm able to get into a PhD program at a decent Uni, I may still end up with useless degree wrt to a career. What multidisciplinary career paths would require PhD level math coursework along with the current load? No more useless degrees for me, I needz to getz sum werkz.