Yes, although the answer differs between those completing a Master of Divinity and those completing Course of Study/Advanced Course of Study.
Master’s degree students may complete no more than 2/3 of the degree requirements in an online only format. The University Senate has allowed that any courses completed online during the Covid pandemic (Spring 2020-Spring 2022) will be treated as “in person” for the purpose of determining percentage of online classes. 
Course of Study/Advanced Course of Study students may complete no more than 50% of the coursework in an online only format. The General Board of Higher Education and Ministry (GBHEM) that oversees the COS program has followed the University Senate lead although the online COS Covid exception continues through Summer 2022.