http://www.iesdistance.org.ua/ This is an interesting DL program offered in English. The coursework targets Ecumenical Studies from an Eastern Christian (Orthodox and Eastern Catholic) perspective. Tuition is listed as $1000 per semester. If courses are taken full-time you could theoretically complete the degree in four semesters (2 years). The Master's program in Ecumenical Studies consists of the following courses: First Semester -Survey of the Eastern Christian Tradition -Survey of Catholic Ecclesiology -Survey of Contemporary Contextual Theology -Survey of the Protestant Tradition -Ecumenical Theology Second Semester -Christian History – an Ecumenical Perspective -Opposition to Ecumenism -Introduction to Ecumenical Christian Ethics -History of the Ecumenical Movement -Ecumenical and Contextual Biblical Hermeneutics Third Semester – Electives (choose five of the following) -Ecumenical Ecclesiology -Liturgy and Sacraments -Bilateral and Multilateral Dialogues -Chalcedonians and Non-Chalcedonians in Dialogue -The Orthodox Church in the Ecumenical Movement -Eastern Catholic Churches and Ecumenism -Ecumenical Hagiology -Ecumenical Perspectives on Christianity and Science Fourth Semester Master's Thesis Course Structure and Requirements. All classes have a similar design. The course of reading for each class is structured by the writings of its professor. In some cases, guiding questions accompany the texts. Each class is divided into three-week sections. At the end of each section, students write a one-page response to a key argument made by the professor, to which the professor then responds with comments. At the end of the semester, students are required to submit a 10-15 page paper for each class, to be evaluated by a teacher at the Institute of Ecumenical Studies, and an abstract of the paper, to be evaluated by the professor. As they progress through each course, students will also engage in discussion with their peers on at least a weekly basis through an online forum and a blog. Students will also have opportunities to communicate with their teachers and peers through phone and web resources. In addition to the classes, to receive full credit students will make three Ecumenical Visits each semester to a church that is not in their own tradition, and submit reports on their experience to the program coordinator and to their fellow students. Students are also required to submit a short paper at the end of the semester reflecting on their learning experience.