I am going back to college AGAIN (my history with higher education hasnt been the best) and although I dont even have an undergraduate degree (or even all that close to one) yet. I have been thinking about what I want to do when I get one.
I am pretty set on getting my bachelors in Computer Science (I have been doing technical support and computer work for about 10 years now, and that is how I will be supporting myself thru college)
I really like doing "research" I like looking up things and finding out about them, I like libraries, I like the idea of being an "Information Professional" I am also pretty sure I dont want to work as a Public or School Librarian. The "alternative" librarian career that has peeked my interest the most is what is called an "Information Broker" but being a corporate librarian or something else where I get to spend the bulk of my time researching would be good to.
My question is this, Is a MLS the right track for me? Even if its not precisely the right track, is it pretty close?