Kyle93 wroteSo, if I am understanding you correctly, you're at uni doing Computer Science, Software Dev. Currently working as a network engineer.
My main question would be, do you want to progress as a network engineer or as a software dev, they are fairly different areas of study with only minimal overlap.
My personal experience is, while my Computer Science degree helped my understanding and get my foot in the door. My on the job knowledge and my certifications gained by working has been fair more valuable to me than my degree. Employers love to see degrees, however certifications in your area are much more impressive and make you more employable to companies.
So I started more in the Software Dev field and have transitioned more towards networking, cloud computing, and infrastructure but still have a broad base of knowledge in the dev field. I also, currently am our G Suite Administrator and am working on securing two certificates from Google and GCP at this time. If I move away from university for now, I would be focusing more in a specific top. More than likely, I would be more of a full stack dev and focus on my AWS/GCP certs. I have spoken with many professionals with and without degrees, who say certifications make us much more hirable due to the focused expertise and the fact that many of us with certs, have many. Currently, I received the CIW Site Development Associate and receive the AWS Technical Accreditation a few years back. I also have a full portfolio and resumes that I send to companies and clients when inquiring about work. I believe after I nail down about 6 more months of dedicated learning and certifications, I will be vastly more employable than spending another two years to get my degree and have $15,000 in debt.... I don't know.. THoughts?