Since I was only allowed two, I chose Masters & PhD. Like Carol, I too believe in life long learning, though my experiences with Universities has made me very anti-school in some ways. On the flip side, my company pays for any degrees or classes that could be applied to the company, so I have an IT degree, MBA, and am looking at maybe a Masters in Network Administration or a Business Doctorate. Any suggestions out there?
I am also continuing my studies in German language and culture as well as a few other things (Master Electrician, Military Studies, Java/Mono & C#/.Net Web Programming, Linux Administration). I even studied Electrical Engineering for a time, but couldn't finish the tests in the time allotted, so I gave it up rather than failing out. I have most of the math and foundation material still in this noggin though, so I suppose the time was useful for something. I have found so many things fascinating, that I find I can not stay focused on any of them for too long. I end up trying to learn a subject intensely for a while, then put it down for another subject. I keep this up until I get back to the original subject. I guess that is why Java is on my list still, more than any other reason.