Right now my girlfriend and I are studying the bible daily and for the amount of time and effort I have put in it I probably could get a masters in theology. I been thinking recently why not be more productive with my time and actually make something of all this added knowledge. I already am in a masters program to get a masters in Special Education, but I spend most of my leisure time studying the bible and maybe only 10% of my time actually being committed to my classes and I been getting A's in Grad school so I don't see how pursuing two masters at the same time would hurt. I was working as a computer programmer, but now I am substitute teaching to get teaching experience and as a substitute teacher taking evening classes or adjusting my schedule when need be is no big deal. I really don't have plans to be a minister right now, my goal is to to be a full time Special Education teacher someday and continue to do contract computer programming jobs on the side for extra cash. If I did any ministering it would probably be on a volunteer basis occasionally when I had the time for it. It might be helping with a youth group or a support group. I was thinking pursuing an online masters program in theology would be my better option then trying to take theology classes at another college. This wouldn't conflict with my current classes I am taking now. Online would also probably be cheaper and more flexible. Does anyone know of any online masters programs in theology they would recommend?