Fall 2006 – Summer 2007 Graduate Course Catalog by Regent University

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83 c c cthe student has shown a minimal grasp of the facts of the course and does not demonstrate the desired level of creativity analytical performance or comprehension practical or formational implications of work are included as appropriate the grade will vary from c c as the minimum gpa for the academic m.a is 3.0 students in these degrees who receive a grade below a c i.e c in any course must repeat that course in order to graduate as the minimum gpa for m.div m.a in practical theology and m.a in missiology is 2.0 students who receive a grade of c in these degrees need not repeat the course in order to graduate d d dbelow minimal understanding and ability to handle the subject material of the course but not requiring the course to be repeated practical or formational implications of work are included as appropriate the grade will vary from d to d as the minimum gpa for the academic m.a is 3.0 students in these degrees who receive a grade of d d din any course must repeat that course in order to graduate as the minimum gpa for m.div m.a in practical theology and m.a in missiology is 2.0 students who receive a grade of d d d in these degrees need not repeat the course in order to graduate f not acceptable for graduate level study the student’s work indicated major deficiencies both in routine learning and in use of data this grade denotes either unacceptable performance in spite of some effort or failure to complete the assigned work masters grading system grade a ab b bc c cd d df percentage quality points meaning of grade 94–100 90-93 87-89 83-86 80-82 77-79 73-76 70-72 67-69 63-66 60-62 0-59 4.00 3.67 3.33 3.00 2.67 2.33 2.00 1.67 1.33 1.00 .67 0.00 superior very good good minimal unsatisfactory m.a [academic must repeat course failing doctor of ministry d.min according to ats standards the purpose of the d.min is to enhance the practice of ministry for persons who hold the m.div and have engaged in ministerial leadership the d.min is a terminal professional degree primarily for leaders in the church and its various agencies who desire to build upon the foundation of a m.div degree it is a blend of academic coursework and practical training by online distance education the degree is ideal for those who serve the church in congregational ministries institutional chaplaincies counseling ministries parachurch organizations missions agencies and any other ministry setting wherein advanced leadership skills and training would make a difference the d.min is a foundational teaching degree in some seminaries the associated study period can also serve as a mid-career sabbatical or retooling for career changes in ministry this advanced professional degree enhances and builds upon the m.div degree for those involved in ministry leadership the d.min degree requires an m.div or its educational equivalent ordinarily a seminary/theological master’s degree [e.g m.a m.r.e mace enhanced by additional credits in biblical theological/historical and pastoral/practical studies school of divinity