I have an associates degree, not much there, basically all the prerequisites English, Geography, 1 semester of a foreign language, etc.
Bachelors of Science in Applied Computer Science. About 15-18 classes in programming on a DEC VAX 11/730. Used DEC vt102 monitors and keyboards... no floppy drives. 132 column green bar paper printer. 2 classes in C.
I changed majors several times before then; 22 hours in theatrical design, 9 hours in anthropology, 18 hours in a math minor. And I forget how many pre-engineering classes, not many.
I have read somewhere around 8,000 to 10,000 books in my life time. I watch Discovery, History, and History International channels. Mythbusters especially.
I am not sure how many computer systems I have worked on or used. Lets see... 3 versions of MS-DOS, 2 versions of Apple DOS, 3 or 4 versions of Amiga DOS, Windows for Work groups 3.1, Win95, Win98, Win98Se, WinXP, Win Vista, Cray Unicos, a version of linux I forget the name of the distro, a DPS90 smallest thing that can be called a super computer, a Sinclair ZX-81 with 1 Kilobyte of ram and later on the wobbly 16Kb ram pack along with the cassette recorder player to save and load programs, an intell x86 version of Unix, and another version of Unix, a DEC VAX 11/730 with vacuum tube monitor/keyboards. The keyboards plugged into the monitors. Hmm... I have a feeling I left one or two out, but that should be it.
About to learn more stuff. I do try and learn something new at least 2-3 times a week.