Fall 2006 – Summer 2007 Graduate Course Catalog by Regent University

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preface accreditation regent university its undergraduate school and graduate schools is accredited by the commission on colleges of the southern association of colleges and schools sacs 1866 southern lane decatur ga 30033-4097 telephone number 404-679-4501 to award the bachelor’s master’s and doctor’s degrees regent university is certified by the state council of higher education for virginia schev to operate campuses within the commonwealth of virginia several of regent’s individual graduate schools and disciplines have additional accreditations through additional accrediting agencies the school of divinity is additionally accredited by the association of theological schools in the united states and canada ats the commission on accrediting of the association of theological schools 10 summit park drive pittsburgh pa 15275 the school of law is additionally accredited by the american bar association aba the accreditation committee and the council of the section 321 n clark st chicago il 60610 the school of psychology and counseling has the additional accreditations of the american psychological association apa office of program consultation and accreditation 750 first street ne washington dc 20002-4242 and the council for accreditation of counseling and related educational programs cacrep 5999 stevenson avenue alexandria va 22304 refer to the individual school materials in this catalog for specific information on these additional accreditations nondiscrimination policy regent university admits students of any race color gender religion national or ethnic origin to all the rights privileges programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school the university admits students without discrimination on the basis of race color disability gender religion national or ethnic origin regent university’s policies governing the admission of students relate to its mission statement but are not applied to preclude a diverse student body in terms of race color religion national origin or gender regent university has attempted to provide information which at the time of publication most accurately described the policies procedures regulations and requirements of the university the university reserves the right to alter or change any statement contained herein—i.e necessary modifications in classes fees personnel lists academic policies and programs at any time and without prior notice this catalog is thus a guide and does not establish contractual relationships ii