maverickcj_ca saidThanks guys. I do have an interest in computers and the school that I am looking into has both Computer Science and Software Engineering degrees. The problem I am running into is that companies want X years of experience, which I do not have and of course, can't get it if no one is willing to give me the chance! So I thought that combining my MBA with a degree in computers, whether it's computer science or software engineering or something along those lines, would actually make me more marketable.
Sure, it's a chicken and egg thing. You'll come across it time and time again. What kind of positions are you applying for? You might not like it but try getting a position below your qualifications yet where you might have an opportunity to move up. Then, do your job and gradually take more responsibility with an eye towards the position you want. Eventually, that position will open up and you'll be the prime candidate.
For example, you'd like a job as a Financial Analyst. Apply for a position as a Coordinator (or even just answering the phones!) Always ask questions, be helpful and take the inititive, helping the Financial Analysts in their current position. Find out what tools they use, how the workflow is defined, etc. Eventually, you just might get that shiny new job! Best of luck!