Yepper, that I did. I never graduated from an online program. When I received my M.A. from Vermont College, it was part of Norwich University, not Union, and they did not have an online program at that time. When I did my Ph.D. at Union, they also had no online program. At both schools, everything was quite personal - not in today's "cyber-learning" mode, for lack of a better term. Yes, yes, and I'm not sufficiently familiar with them to call Walden crap. However, I generally consider all proprietary (profit-making) programs to be crap, and both Capella and Walden are proprietary. (I will give kudos to Capella, though, for having achieved CACREP approval.) As for Union, their program model today is much different than when I was enrolled. They no longer have room for adjuncts or peers on one's doctoral committee, they had room for more than a limited set of majors, and they didn't play games with the "interdisciplinary studies" banner. Union was one of the most unique and creative doctoral programs that ever existed; now it's merely a non-profit (at least at this point) imitation of the competition that has sold its soul in order to survive. Would I enroll in Union today? Hell, no. Remember, kiddies, I grew up in this field when we did not use terms like online education or even distance education - back in the good ol' days, we called it alternative ornon-traditional education, and it fostered an atmosphere of both creativity and excellence. Today's online atmosphere is merely another example of dumbed-down education in general and, yes, I think it's crap. Like I said, get over it.