I signed up for a Bachelor of Theology and a Master of Divinity through Andersonville Theological Seminary a little over a year ago. I was given a discount if I paid for both degrees upfront. I paid $850.00 for the Bachelor and $1,925.00 for the Masters all completed through distance. I have been working on the Bachelors since which is an extremely lacking program and have not even started the Masters program. As time has elapsed I have done quite a bit of research on these programs. The accreditation's that they are advertising are useless and not accepted at most seminaries. To transfer credits you have to hope that the seminary your wanting to attend will accept you on a case by case basis. If they do you have so many courses and credits to make up that its almost impossible to finish any degree program. I contacted the school asking for a refund on the money for the Master degree which I have not started. I was told that no one would give a refund after a year. I explained that I had not started the Masters and did not intend to do so. I also explained the difficulty of the lack of accreditation's and lack of course work to get into another seminary. I was e-mailed and told that I should have done my research before entering their school. I responded by saying that your staff should be sharing more information than they are doing. I don't believe they should be able to keep $1,925.00 for a degree that I haven't even started. This school being an unaccredited institution pretty much gives them the authority to do what they want. It is an Independent Baptist School which it doesn't share on the website- it just says Baptist.