What is the general take on the Association for Biblical Higher Education (ABHE)? Background: I graduated from an ABHE undergraduate program (back then it was called AABC: Accrediting Association of Bible Colleges). With it, I was able to go to graduate school (at a SACS accredited seminary) and (well, almost) complete a doctoral program (another SACS university). I was contacted by an ABHE school about helping them to develop a new program that would be both on-campus and on-line. Its a really cool opportunity. I can stay where I am and the school will pay for travel to/from campus (700 miles away) for three days once each month (8 times a year). The rest of the work would be done online and via Skype. Pay is substandard (but I would imagine that that is standard procedure at a smaller religious school) but flexibility is great. If I take the position, I would still facilitate online courses. The question I have isn't about wanting to do it (I do!) but what it looks like (long-term) on my vita. - It looks great (I would imagine) to have program development (and implementation) on a vita. - But if ABHE is looked down upon, then perhaps it does more harm than good? What say ye?