Fall 2010 – Summer 2011 Graduate Course Catalog by Regent University

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course changes add/drop and refund policy 30 genisys® 31 individual study 31 registration 31 withdrawal from course grades 31 transcripts 32 financial holds on academic records 32 withdrawal from the university 32 payment 32 tuition per credit hour fall 2010 32 fees 33 tuition and fee payment deadlines 33 tuition installment plan 33 financial aid 33 virginia tuition assistance grant 33 state assistance for students from states other than virginia 34 university-wide endowed scholarships 34 loan programs 36 satisfactory academic progress sap 38 student employment 40 veteran s benefits 40 more information 40 e-mail notification and genisys® 40 graduate schools 41 communication and the arts 42 degree programs 46 course descriptions 58 faculty 71 divinity 73 degree programs 78 course descriptions 95 faculty 110 education 112 degree programs 116 course descriptions 142 faculty 171 global leadership and entrepreneurship

september 6 2010 mon labor day october 18-24 2010 mon-sun fall break/modular week november 25-28 2010 th-sun thanksgiving december 20 – january 2 2011 mon-sun christmas holidays january 17 2011 mon martin luther king jr day february 28 – march 6 2011 mon-sun spring break april 22 2011 fri good friday may 30 2011 mon memorial day july 4 2011 mon independence day note cbn/regent university all staff prayer meetings are held on the mornings of new year s day and labor day the holiday begins at the conclusion of the prayer meeting auditing a course students who wish to enroll for a credit course on a noncredit basis are classified as auditors auditors must be admitted to regent university via regular admission procedures to audit a course audit courses will appear on the student’s transcript but will not receive credit students taking courses for credit shall be given enrollment priority over auditors students auditing a course will pay one-half the tuition as those

685/785 seminar 1-3 a seminar is directed study research and discussion in a given area topics are offered on demand and/or depending on faculty availability available for both master’s and doctoral students all seminars have the 85 designation various master’s courses are available to doctoral students with appropriate approval these courses are noted as ―may be taken for doctoral credit with approval.‖ additionally 700-level doctoral courses and mfa courses are available to master’s students with approval department of communication studies com 504 introduction to graduate communication studies 1 this on-line self-paced prerequisite course is required of all m.a students that do not have a bachelor’s degree in communication or journalism the course does not count toward the degree requirements the course is an overview of the historical roots methodological groundings and present state of the communication field with particular attention to

professional transformation spiritual renewal and ministerial effectiveness we pledge to produce the following eight leadership capacities in each successful graduate at the completion of the degree students will have gained a greater capacity to  foster spiritual health in self others and ministry—a profile ministry leader displays self-awareness selfdirectedness and self-improvement toward growth goals on personal spiritual and professional levels in ways that honor god through service to family ministry community and world such a leader also replicates healthy growth patterns in the lives of others by capitalizing upon opportunities to be an improving influence such a leader seeks to appropriate and engender spiritual renewal in self others and groups in which they are affiliated 2 timothy 4 11-16  merge biblical and theoretical solutions to problems—a profile ministry leader applies sound exegetical method and hermeneutical sense to contemporary

determine competency achievement in areas such as science math history and economics applicants will be allowed to enroll and begin classes with nine 9 credits or less outstanding competencies or credit hours all outstanding vdoe competencies must be completed before the submission of the internship application and review process new applicants will be required to complete these outstanding competencies in addition to the required curriculum for program completion and graduation furthermore applicants are required to have successfully passed the praxis i assessment reading writing and math prior to admission into the program with a composite score of at least 532 students in this program are also required to have successfully passed the praxis ii assessment in elementary education content knowledge the virginia communication and literacy assessment vcla the virginia reading assessment and the child abuse and neglect training prior to student teaching degree posting and being

consistent vision statement for christian education required for the christian school program also approved for acsi biblical studies credit ebib 517 biblical integration/apologetics 3 learn to articulate and defend the christian faith particularly in educational venues the component skills of world view analysis logical reasoning and rhetoric are taught and assessed through curriculum and textbook analysis case studies position papers and dialogical responses approaches to faith and learning integration are also taught required for the christian school program also approved for acsi biblical studies credit ebib 521 christian heritage 3 provides a biblically based rationale for christian education through an examination of the basis heritage and destiny of the church this examination is done within the educationally relevant context of what it means to be a citizen in god’s holy nation i peter 2:9 required for the christian school program also approved for acsi biblical

in addition all school of global leadership entrepreneurship applicants must meet the graduate admission requirements prior to applying for the scholarship tuition assurance plan ph.d dsl and cags only the school may from year to year increase or decrease tuition as guided by the regent university board of trustees to assist doctoral students in planning for expenses the tuition rate assigned at the time of a student’s first semester of enrollment is the same tuition rate that will follow that student throughout the remainder of the student’s program provided the student follows the prescribed course schedule however if a student requests and receives a leave of absence and then resumes study with a new cohort or if a student slows the pace at which he/she takes the elective courses and/or dissertation/doctoral project credits then that student’s tuition rate will become the same tuition rate as the cohort to which that student is then aligned i.e if a student

lmol 642 international business law 3 examines organizations in the international community their international legal aspects of trade development and economic cooperation and their international technical social and cultural cooperation lmol 643 regional assessment 3 examines the interactive impact on organizational leadership and individual thinking of physical influences such as geography ecology and human artifacts with institutional influences such as family religion education media government commerce arts and entertainment and how this affects those leading in international markets lmol 665 organizational communication theory 3 equips students with a broad scope of organizational communication theories on which they can build effective internal/external communication strategies studies will focus on interpersonal communication group dynamics non-verbal communication and organizational communication channels lmol 667 organizational communication methods strategies 3 explores

7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 federal bar association thurgood marshall memorial moot court competition third runner up 2006 third best oralist 2006 champions third best brief 2003 semifinalists 2002 semifinalists and best brief 2001 second place 1999 best brief 2001 1999 frederick douglass moot court competition national best oral advocate 2006 national honorable mention oral advocate 2006 third place – philadelphia regional 2005 national juvenile law moot court competition first place overall 1997 third place overall 1998 best advocate 1997 second best advocate 1997 second place best brief 1998 and best brief runner up 1997 national trial competition regional finalist 2000 regional semifinalists 2001 stetson national pre-trial advocacy competition champion 2009 best brief 2009 2008 national sutherland cup moot court competition best overall 1996 best oralist 1996 phillip c jessup international law moot court competition regional runner up 1999 best oralist

career services the objective of career planning services in the spc is to help students and alumni pursue leadership positions in their chosen fields individual job search consultations résumé assistance and job research strategies are available at www.regent.edu/acad/schcou/alumni/jobs1.html or from the career and field placement coordinator student profile regent psychology and counseling students are diverse in religious national and ethnic origins and number approximately 400 the average student age is in the mid 30s three fourths are women and approximately one third are minorities admissions requirements refer to the ―admission to regent graduate schools‖ section of this catalog for additional information regarding admission procedures and requirements psy.d in clinical psychology see the admission to regent university section of the catalog for admissions requirements in addition the spc expects applicants to 1 have a b.a or b.s with a minimum of a 3.0 gpa

wykes scott d 2008 ph.d university of northern colorado m.a ashland theological seminary b.s valley forge christian college assistant professor yarhouse mark a 1998 psy.d m.a wheaton college b.a calvin college professor visiting faculty black robert b 1985 faculty emeritus ph.d ohio university m.ed kent state university b.s baldwin wallace college collins gary 2007 ph.d purdue university m.a university of toronto b.a mcmaster university distinguished visiting faculty