In our lifetime, Bruce, that's correct. The D.D. (not D.Div.) is now only an honourary degree. The only accredited exception I know of is the University of Pretoria. Most Roman Catholic seminaries now grant the M.Div. as the designation for their post-baccalaureate 3 or 4 year ordination prep program, as do virtually all other Christian seminaries. A few use the designation Master of Ministry for the conventional clergy prep program (if the other sounds too much like exercising control over God); M.Min. is offered as an alternative degree label to M.Div. by a very few schools. The M.Div. itself was the nomenclature replacement for the old Bachelor of Divinity (B.D.) in the US (possibly around 1965-70???). When Lutheran church bodies (at least LCMS, WELS, ELS)still operated on the old Gymnasium model (high school + 2 years in a single institution), followed by seminary, the B.D, designation was used. I recall from the '80s that some Canadian seminaries still offered the B.D. as a clergy prep program for students lacking an undergraduate degree. Perhaps some Brit and SA theologians can fill us in on terminology there. A caveat on all this: a number of mills AND a number of non-mill unaccredited schools AND some Bible colleges expanding into grad level programs use nonstandard nomenclature. Generally, though, the sequence now is a bachelor's followed by a 3 or 4 year M.Div. as Christian clergy prep sequence (at least where stipulated degrees are required). Bill Grover has presented the variant meanings of some other seminary degrees.