Determining if I could afford the course I chose on to pursue was paramount. In case I wasn’t comfortable with the course that I chose to pursue at first may be due to the loss of interest in the course or increase in the tuition charges to an extent that I may not raise, was there a possibility of an inter-faculty transfer that would not necessarily translate into massive wastage of resources such as time and cash-was a question that propelled me in analyzing the variety of the courses an institution was offering. Things weren’t going on as expected two years of study in my university and I had to flash back to the series of options and the options I settled on to have me be where I was. This was not out of poorly made decisions but rather I needed to adjust to the decisions that I had previously made. I found myself always over-committed, stressed, tired and quite anti-social in my second year of study of a bachelor’s degree in criminology investigation. I thought it was wise enough for me to change careers as a good number of close friends, relatives and parents included also threw in a hand urging me to change career. I needed to identify which career to turn to, the cost at which the course was offered, whether I would be able to secure a job with the new career and be able to support my family and myself on the different salary the job would offer besides checking on the already incurred cost for the last two years and what effects it would have as far as financial
strength would contain the situation.