Fall 2013 – Summer 2014 Undergraduate Course Catalog by Regent University

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student employment 36 virginia tuition assistance grant 36 state assistance for students from states other than virginia 36 more information 36 email notification and genisys 36 academic support student life and campus services 37 academic support 37 student services 38 information technology 41 psychological services center 42 academic policies 42 academic advising 42 academic appeals 42 academic dismissal 42 academic integrity 42 academic probation 43 academic warning 44 appeals and grievances 44 attendance and participation 44 centers and institutes 45 commencement 45 cornerstone and capstone requirement 46 dean s list 46 declaring a major 46 faculty/course evaluations 46 financial holds on academic records 46 grade change appeals 46 grading system 46 graduation procedure 48 “incomplete” grades i 48 independent learning opportunities 48 “in-progress” grades ip 49 latin honors 49 outcomes

admission contact information applications for admission may be downloaded or completed online on the college of arts sciences website www.regent.edu/undergrad to request an overview brochure please visit www.regent.edu/undergrad and click on request more information downloaded applications can be sent to regent university enrollment support services 1000 regent university drive virginia beach va 23464-9800 800.373.5504 or 757.352.4127 e-mail admissions@regent.edu website www.regent.edu/undergrad standards regent university welcomes applications for admission from qualified high school graduates or individuals who have attained the general equivalency diploma who want to attend college in an atmosphere of high academic standards and christian faith in selecting students for admission regent university looks for potential for academic success the capacity and desire to learn and evidence that the individual will thrive in a christ-centered academic environment admission decisions for

each semester payment of tuition and fees is spread out over the length of a semester regent’s tip allows students to budget more easily their cost of education on a monthly basis the first payment is to be made by the semester payment deadline with the remaining 3 payments 2 in the summer refund policy charges are incurred upon completion of course registration students withdrawing from courses are entitled to refunds according to the following schedule before course starts through end of first week of either an 8 week session or 15 week term 100 start of second week through end of second week of either an 8 week session or 15 week term 50 after start of third week of either an 8 week session or 15 week term no refund see the withdrawals and return of title iv funds policy in the financial aid section of this catalog for more information payments and late fees payments can be made in cash by check in the business office or through genisys there is no fee for paying by check

contact the residence life office by emailing studenthousing@regent.edu or by telephone at 757.352.4890 student activities and leadership the purpose of the office of student activities and leadership osal is to enrich the development of regent university students outside of the classroom through the encouragement and engagement of social cultural recreational and leadership development opportunities students can choose from over 50 student organizations to join or can stay active by playing on an intramural sports team the student activities board plans events on and off-campus to keep students involved and connected in the regent community university shuttle service regent university maintains a shuttle service which runs between regent village and other campus buildings an operating schedule is available on the shuttle service page of the student services website http www.regent.edu/shuttle and is also posted at campus shuttle stops information technology the information technology

chosen within the degree field of the first degree i.e b.a degree major with a second b.a degree major students choosing to focus on two areas one of which is categorized as a b.a and the other as a b.s must complete dual degree rather than dual major requirements although the academic advisor participates actively in the student’s planning and helps to monitor the student’s progress towards graduation responsibility for fulfilling all graduation requirements rests upon the individual student students should acquaint themselves with the requirements described in this catalog and plan their course of study carefully so as to fulfill graduation requirements students are subject to the academic requirements set forth in the catalog in use during the year they entered the university when a student changes a major minor or area of study the requirements of the major minor or area of study that are in effect at that time apply as defined by the catalog in effect at the time

busn 491 senior capstone 3 econ 230 macroeconomics 3 students also choose one of the following emphases accounting 12 credit hours acct 215 intermediate accounting i 3 acct 225 intermediate accounting ii 3 acct 235 cost accounting 3 acct 330 auditing 3 acct 340 taxation 3 acct 430 government and not-for-profit accounting 3 acct 450 managerial accounting 3 acct 475 special topics 3 general management 12 credit hours mgmt 280 plus any 3 courses mgmt 280 principles of management 3 mgmt 290 operations management 3 mgmt 310 personnel management strategy 3 mgmt 330 ethics 3 mgmt 370 managerial decision-making 3 mgmt 440 business policy 3 hospitality tourism and resort management 12 credit hours htrm 320 hospitality marketing 3 htrm 340 hospitality and tourism law 3 htrm 350 hospitality human resource management 3 htrm 360 principles of food beverage operations 3 htrm 440 applied food beverage operations 3 htrm 460 lodging operations management 3 human resource management 12 credit hours

the major in theatre the theatre undergraduate major is offered in the department of communication and the arts within the college of arts and sciences it is the primary mission of the undergraduate theatre program to integrate a christian worldview with excellence in traditional scholarship and artistic creativity in order to educate and train students of character willing and able to challenge the culture of their own generation and serve the world in the many ways the lord leads the study of theatre has had a prominent position in the grand tradition of liberal arts education since the early twentieth century shortly after human beings began to tell stories they began to impersonate the characters that inhabit those stories the study of theatre is the study of world history culture art literature religion politics—the whole human condition the theatre places humanity under the microscope in real time and in front of a live audience the great philosophical questions of the

hist 497 senior seminar in history 3 students majoring in history must also take three courses 9 credits chosen from each of the following three groups only one independent study course hist 390 or 490 and/or one special topics course hist 485 may be used to fulfill 3-6 hours of this entire 27 hour requirement hist 495 internship does not meet any history major requirements american history hist 304 european settlement of colonial america 3 hist 308 revolutionary and constitutional history 3 hist 312 jeffersonian and jacksonian america 3 hist 316 civil war america 1846-1877 3 hist 324 america in depression war and recovery 3 hist 328 modern america 1952 through the twenty-first century 3 hist 332 african-american history 3 hist 336 american evangelicalism 3 hist 340 america in war and peace 3 hist 350 history of virginia 3 ancient medieval and european history hist 346 ancient greece and the empires of alexander the great 3 hist 347 the roman world 3 hist 348 european middle ages 3

ued 441 child and adolescent growth and development 3 explores the physical cognitive cultural social/emotional spiritual and psychological development of children and adolescents with an emphasis on knowing and understanding theories of human development to incorporate children’s individual differences and guide learning experiences considers individual differences socio-economic racial ethnic religious physical and mental with the approximate timing and effects of age-related changes and at-risk factors such as attention deficit disorder substance abuse child abuse and neglect and family disruptions on normal development analyzes children within the context of family culture and community emphasizes the importance of partnership with families and communities in the teaching and learning process a 15-hour classroom observation experience competency is required ued 442 foundations of education 3 a study of the foundations of education in the u.s this course explores the

continuation of fren 101 introduction to the french language using a communicative approach with an emphasis on developing introductory listening speaking reading and writing skills as well as an appreciation for french culture prerequisite fren 101 or placement through department of language and literature fren 210 intermediate french i 3 development of intermediate-level french language skills and study of the diverse cultures of the french-speaking world prerequisite fren 102 or placement through department of language and literature fren 211 intermediate french ii 3 continuation of fren 210 development of intermediate-level french language skills and study of the diverse cultures of the french-speaking world prerequisite fren 210 or placement through department of language and literature fren 310 french conversation and composition i 3 intensive practice in oral and written french language skills based on personal experiences film cultural readings articles and short stories

caramine k white 2008 ph.d university of north carolina-greensboro associate professor languages and literature yan diana xiong 2011 ph.d george washington university assistant professor government history and criminal justice david x xu 2011 m.f.a pratt institute associate professor communication arts