I did a forum search and found information on the school. Long story short, but my Adult Ed degree isn't going to be recognized by my company because it won't apply to my current field (nevermind that it could be used to implement and design training programs, which leads to better product knowledge and productivity, but oh well...). I was looking at getting an M.S. in Management in the meantime and working on the M.A. at NSULA on my own time. I found Salve Regina University and I like the self-paced and online course blend. The program looks good, and I like the course offerings you can take. The tuition isn't all that bad ($380/cr) but they also take 40% of the MSM credits transferred in, so I was going to take a few classes at Amberton and transfer it in. Doing that makes it in my price range for what looks like a pretty good private university with a Catholic tradition. Does anyone have experience with the school? I think friartuck goes there currently. How is the coursework/exams? I tried finding syllabi on their website to figure out an idea of rigor on my own but can't seem to locate them. What is their reputation like on the East coast? I'm assuming it's pretty much like Madonna U here in Michigan, which is a good small religious institution that has a good reputation amongst the people who have heard of it, but it isn't really well-known in other areas at all. TIA for any help!