The first one we looked at was a 850 square foot, two bedroom, and 1 bath town house, but it came with a garage. It hasn't been on the market for long, and I think the price is a little high but thought it might be negotiable.
I also met with the department chair for Computer Science (CS), Dr. Medidi. He was able to give me a list of classes that I need to take and a map of when I should be able to take them. Most of the classes are prerequisites for later classes which are prerequisites for more classes. They build on each other, so the University assumes that you'll only take 2-3 CS classes a semester and fill out the schedule with generals. The down side is that means I won't be able to pile them up in a semester and rush through them like I was hoping. Plus they don't offer CS or math classes during the summer because they believe you need more than eight weeks to learn the topic. But, the up side is that they'll take all of my generals from my earlier degree (except they'll require me to take a philosophy and communications class). Dr. Medidi says that I should finish in six to seven semesters. I was hoping to go year round, but I'm going to have to rethink things since that's not possible. I can still get student loans if I maintain six credits, so I'm trying to decide if I want to try to get a part-time job and go to school part-time (and not attempt to take Calculus this fall), or go full-time and try to finish up a little earlier. There is just so much to consider that sometimes I feel overwhelmed. I feel like it's a good decision to go to school, but trying to figure it all out is going to be an adventure!
So, really long post! Sorry about that. I guess I had a lot on the brain and figured I'd just get it all out on "paper." Oh, by the way, I just realized that I went to Boise on Wednesday, Rexburg on Friday, and in two weeks I have a doctor's appointment in Salt Lake! I haven't had an oil change on my car for five months because I was way low mileage and now I'm going to put on over 1,000 miles in less than a month :). Life is funny.