She's actually taken a couple of summer classes at the Pontifical Faculty of the Immaculate Conception (a/k/a the Dominican House of Studies) and it wasn't considered a problem at all.
I'm done paying for it (Woo-Hoo!!!!)
But if she, at some point, wanted to go back to get her STL or STD, it wouldn't be a problem at any pontifical faculty. And if she chose to pursue a non-canonical degree, it also wouldn't be a problem, as her degree is recognized as a Master's Degree by the Government of Austria, so it's transferable as well. (Having said that: her money, her business...going forward)
By problem, I meant that the new legislation would be a problem—though my writing is profoundly unclear on the point—I should have put in a new paragraph.
The gap in education can also be a problem—but that is a different problem.
I imagine that ITI will find Rome to be a real pain on this one. They and the JP II institutes, especially in Rome, will undoubtedly have the pleasure of being able to offer up heavy doses of Franciscan “Mercy.”