I will begin my senior year at Northern Arizona University later this month. Since transferring from a California community college last fall I have taken at least eighteen units per semester and I am taking twenty-one this fall to graduate early. My major is in history and my minors are in Asian studies and sociology. What I really want to do is teach English in Japan on the government-sponsored JET program (I am fluent in Japanese) but if that does not work (it is highly selective) I am torn between applying to grad school and law school. Although I have always dreamed of becoming a prosecutor, many people have tried to discourage me from law school (unless it's a T14 program; my GPA is 3.7 which is too low to be competitive) due to the employment outlook for lawyers and the enormous debt i would incur; my undergrad debt is only $18,000. I realize that a BA in history from a tier 3 school isn't very marketable however, so I feel that I have to only apply to high-ranking MA programs, but I'm unsure where or what to actually study.