The Graduate Theological Union is a very cool place, being a consortium of nine Christian member schools. Students generally affiliate with one school, but can cross-register at any of the others. Ann was a student at the Jesuit School, while I opted for the Franciscan School of Theology.
Most people complete the MTS degree in two years, although most people also don't try to do it while working full-time as a software engineer, getting married, and having a baby. There are some advantages and disadvantages to doing it this way. Being able to focus on one class at a time (rather than juggling reading and assignments for up to four) is helpful. However, by the time I got to the end, I was very ready to be done. I not only outlasted many fellow students, but saw a lot of instructors and school staff members come and go.
I have posted my thesis here, although I hope to clean up the formatting some more when I have a chance.