Brainstorming time again. Don't know if anyone here can help, since I'm looking for sort of the opposite of what most look for in distance learning. My strength is writing (maybe with some art thrown in - maybe. Or I might just need to use my creativity in other ways - at least that's the advice from my very wise son :veryhappy. Not too great w/exams. :yikes: Between my happy-go-lucky innate slowness :slomo: & the-brain-that-freezes-under-pressure... well, I'd rather write a fifty page paper any day, IF I can identify with the subject I'm writing about. I also need to take my time with my remaining credits, rather than try to rush to get it all over. That's just my nature, and I prefer to go along with the way I was made, because the results are never nice when I don't. In fact - what I'd like to do for the rest of my credits (should I choose not to accept the mission I had already decided to embark upon) is to write intensely about something I feel passionate about. Is this impossible to find in an affordable (please skip the $1000 per credit schools, unless they want to give me 100% scholarship $$) undergraduate program - AND find it online? I've looked at a couple of low residency BFA's in Creative Writing, but what I saw was too expensive for me. Not even sure if it's creative writing I'm looking for... sigh.. what am I looking for??? :banghead: Ethnic studies. Genocide. The Holocaust. The why's behind abuse and genocide. Yeah - light subjects like that. Few if any exams. And - won't cost an arm & a leg. Clark Univeristy has an amazing program BUT they are very expensive AND not online. I'd have to move to Worcester - well, that's on the back burner, at least for now, in case I want to try for their PhD. But for now... Probably a Master's program disguised as a Bachelor's. Intense. Covering one subject in depth, for months. That's all I ask. :crazy: In other words, what seems to be the impossible. Any ideas? Besides ROTFL, please.