To whom it may concern: There is a Master of Divinity degree, fully online, accredited, and I believe only 75 credit hours. Questions are: 1. Would a Baptist want to do an advanced or professional degree from "outside the Baptist camp?" I did and was glad. Some of my best learning was done from this perspective. It made me a "better Baptist" in some ways and on some levels. 2. It is a bit pricey. But, the trade-off with an online degree is that the adult learner does not have to move his family, quit jobs, and "go for broke" like some of us had to do. This, let me tell you first hand, can be very stressful on family relations to say the least!! Let me hear your feedback when you can. I am interested in your opinions. It is probably a good program but is more in the Wesleyan tradition that some would want? http://www.nnu.edu/academics/gradua...l-online-education/master-of-divinity-tracks/ "That is all!" :thumbs: Edit, PS: They also have MA degrees in the same specialties as the MDiv specialties that are only 33 credit hours-also all online!! Good to know.