Fall 2013 – Summer 2014 Graduate Course Catalog by Regent University

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table of contents preface ii accreditation ii nondiscrimination policy ii table of contents iii the university 1 message from our president 1 mission statement 2 philosophy of education 2 history of the university 2 standard of personal conduct 3 campus facilities 3 the university library 4 library faculty 4 student life campus services and academic support 5 student services 5 the university writing center 7 information technology department 8 psychological services center 9 graduation procedure 9 commencement 9 graduate academic information and policies 10 freedom of expression 10 student records confidentiality 10 access to student educational records by others 10 virginia tidewater consortium program 11 graduate academic programs degrees etc 11 graduate full-time classification 13 academic advising 13 repeating a course 14 grading systems 14 appeals and grievances 16 academic integrity 16 academic probation and dismissal

required for the f-1 visa application if applicable and application for the f-1 student immigration status at the u.s port of entry a new i-20 must be requested from enrollment support services prior to each and every residency returning residency students must submit the following items to the international admission coordinator in ess at least three months prior to each residency the request for a new i-20 form the financial certification form and supporting documents and a copy of the biographical pages of the passport special notes students from canada bermuda bahamian nationals british subjects in the bahamas cayman turks or caicos islands do not need an f-1 visa but will need the regent i-20 to apply for the f-1 student immigration status at the u.s port of entry students admitted to regent university for on campus degree programs should not enter the u.s in the b-1/b-2 visitor/tourist status to attend classes at regent because they will not be able to enroll in an on campus

organizational leadership hrd courses lphd 702 6 credits lphd 703 6 credits lphd 704 3 credits global leadership courses equivalent to equivalent to equivalent to lphd 706 6 credits equivalent to lphd 707 6 credits lphd 708 0 credits lphd 755 6 credits 12 credits of electives equivalent to equivalent to equivalent to equivalent to ldgl 702 3 credits 703 3 credits ldgl 704 3 credits 705 3 credits ldgl 707 3 credits 712 3 credits or equivalent elective ldgl 708 3 credits an approved ldgl elective two approved ldgl electives same for both majors ldgl 701 3 credits ldgl 706 3 credits 12 credits of electives taken at sbl or an affiliated network university residency students begin the program by attending the same first-year residency along with all other ph.d in organizational leadership students global leadership students do not attend the second-year ph.d residency but do attend the thirdyear ph.d residency after completing at least 36 hours of coursework it may be more than three

and research interests of current faculty determine original research projects students develop their coursework in consultation with their doctoral advisor/senior tutor the school purposes to create a think-tank environment for aspiring communication scholars and experienced faculty who seek to understand communication and the arts with biblical wisdom and perspective in communication and the arts we must increasingly and innovatively elevate christian values and beliefs on the agenda of public discourse through our speech scholarship publications television programs and films music videos theatre performances print and broadcast news internet communication and scripts our academic programs are designed to develop the creative potential of emerging leaders who seek to serve others through their knowledge and practice of communication and artistic expression joint degrees contact the admissions office in the school of communication the arts for a listing of joint degrees available

the 728 scene study 3 utilizes the concepts of “practical aesthetics” to further solidify the advanced actor’s application of objective-driven acting technique to scene work drawing heavily from the work of the atlantic theatre company this course proposes practical solutions to balancing pre-production analysis intellect and spontaneous moment-to-moment discoveries in performance intuition course concepts are applied to an intensive scene study primarily in contemporary theatrical literature the 729 advanced scene study 3 intensive scene study applied to the texts of major twentieth century playwrights whose works present unique challenges for the contemporary actor prerequisite the 728 the 730 screen acting 1 3 designed to teach the techniques and methods of screen acting for single-camera productions although multiple-camera productions are also addressed students are required to prepare and perform scenes for presentation in class to actively participate in

bint 504 biblical hermeneutics 3 distinctives of various types of biblical literature with an emphasis upon resultant considerations for interpretation and contemporary application topics historical narrative psalm wisdom parable epistle prophecy and apocalypse prerequisite engl 500 or concurrent bint 506 introduction to biblical languages 3 basic features of hebrew and greek and use of available study aids such as lexicons concordances and other exegetical tools enables those with little or no prior knowledge of the biblical languages to engage in basic word studies and grammatical exercises bint 510 unity of the bible 3 a study tracing the unfolding of biblical revelation in its historical context resulting in a broad overview of the message of the bible considers the role of the intertestamental period bint 520 biblical criticism 3 a consideration of contemporary issues in biblical criticism in relation to the interpretation of scripture topics include historical criticism form

educ 500 online orientation 0 efnd 500 orientation/professional concerns 0 univ lib library information research resources 0 esl prek-12 add-on endorsement with master’s degree required ecur 511 curriculum methods assessment or edip 542 introduction to curriculum and instruction 3 edip 541 developmental leadership 3 edip 543 technology for education 3 efnd 598 professional project 2 etsl 510 linguistics 3 etsl 520 methods of teaching english to speakers of other languages 3 etsl 530 teaching english language learners reading and writing in the content areas 3 etsl 560 first and second language acquisition 3 etsl 570 teaching reading 3 etsl 590 roles and responsibilities of the esl specialist 3 tesol elective choose one 3 etsl 505 serving english language learners in k-12 classrooms etsl 540 multi-cultural education esl prek-12 add-on endorsement with certificate only required etsl 510 linguistics 3 etsl 520 methods of teaching english to speakers

attributes of effective leadership and serve as models for assessing one’s personal leadership attributes among other items the role of vision and culture within modern society are examined emep 604 developing learning opportunities for at-risk students 3 provides the knowledge base and experience necessary to identify and assess the needs of students with various learning emotional and/or behavioral problems demonstrate the ability to synthesize and apply strategies that will create an appropriate environment according to your students’ needs cross-listed with emep 504 engl 500 graduate academic writing seminar 0 development of the scholarly writing skills of entering graduate students including consistent standards in grammar and punctuation academic style avoiding plagiarism and learning to critique academic works epsy 805 advanced study of test measurements 3 after a further study of test and measurement principles a range of test and under girding statistical

the faculty the full-time and adjunct faculty hold doctoral degrees in american history and government political science economics law history anthropological and linguistic studies and public administration all faculty members have distinguished records of teaching and professional experience and many have extensive political experience including consulting with major and minor political parties involvement in state and local politics and federal and international affairs externally the faculty consult with government executive and legislative officers and their staffs consult with political candidates engage in cooperative research activities with public policy think tanks and lobbying organizations assist political and legal action organizations such as the aclj and play active roles within professional organizations related to their respective academic disciplines such as the american political science association international city/county managers association and various academic

2 3 submit the official gre scores for the general test the gre cannot be waived but scores more than five years old may be submitted at the applicant’s option for more information about the gre contact educational testing service princeton nj 08541 609.771.7670 or www.greg.org submit an apa formatted scholarly writing sample a maximum of 10 pages submit a 15-20 minute mock video that demonstrates counseling skills acceptance into the ph.d program is based on a competitive consideration of the entire application no student will be formally admitted to the program in any status until all required materials have been received and evaluated by the admissions committee applicants are evaluated based on their strength over all of the areas addressed in the application process this “whole person” approach to applicant evaluation allows students who have relative weaknesses in a domain but also with off-setting strengths in other areas to be considered for admission