I realize my question is similar to this thread. However, I have a slightly different story which I'd like to ask people's opinion about.
I have a Bachelor of Arts degree in East Asian Studies (specialist) and History (minor). I graduated in the middle of the latest economic slump and wasn't able to find jobs in my field. Since I have been an avid computer geek from a very young age, I decided to leverage those skills and ended up becoming a tech support consultant, sys-admin, and am currently a full-stack web developer.
In a way, I don't really require getting a Computer Science masters degree as I've been in the field now for about 5 years. On the other hand, not having that extra piece of paper has impeded me from being strongly credible as well as from obtaining better paying jobs.
Question: Given my experience in the field already, how likely is it for me to get accepted for a Computer Science masters degree with my B.A. undergraduate degree?