That's my plan too, get an AA from PBCC and then transfer over to FAU. It's an unreal process PBCC forces you thru to get old transcripts evaluated - 4 to 6 weeks to determine *if* any credits are transferrable. Real 19th century stuff.
I already have an AAS in Radio Broadcasting, a fun program back in the late 70's/early 80's but a pretty worthless degree in dealing with computers. I'd originally started out after a computer degree way back in '76, but the PC didn't even exist out in the mainstream then and what did exist (keypunching, punch cards, huge platter drives) was just way too frustrating for me, I was just too impatient when young. I mean, it took a huge stack of punch cards to write a simple loop program. Which sucked if you mis-keyed a stroke, not at all fun to debug. Especially if the Op just tossed them all back at you, which was just all too typical.
But since I am going to now be on this weird weekend graveyard shift forever, I might as well go back to school and get a degree. It's a life goal so it really doesn't matter how long it takes. Although I would like to finish before retirement, haha!