Fall 2016 Undergraduate Course Catalog by Regent University

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private grants and scholarships 34 satisfactory academic progress sap 34 veteran s benefits 35 student employment 35 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 43 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

p.o box a3462 chicago il 60690-3462 tel 312 421-9300 educational credential evaluators inc www.ece.org p.o box 51470 milwaukee wi 53203-3470 tel 414 289-3400  applicants whose native language is not english may take either the test of english as a foreign language toefl® pte academic® exam or international english language testing system ielts® exam the minimum toefl requirement is a score of 577 paper 233 computer or 90 ibt toefl scores are only valid for two years applicants who have previously taken the toefl® and scored less than 577 paper 233 computer or 90 ibt may and should retake the test to achieve the required score the test should include the test of written english twe the minimum pte academic® requirement is 61 internet the minimum ielts® requirement is a band score of 7 the tests can be waived in the following circumstances 1 nonnative speakers who hold degrees or diplomas from postsecondary institutions in englishspeaking countries e.g

 partnerships can be viewed at http www.regent.edu/support/partners/partner_employees.cfm teen mania honor academy an eligible student will receive an award of $500 annually split between fall and spring semesters eligible students must be a graduate of the honor academy’s undergraduate or graduate programs students must submit a copy of their teen mania certificate confirming graduation additionally students must maintain good academic standing in order for this award to renew each year eight week online or on-campus programs applicants admitted to and enrolled in the college of arts and sciences’ eight 8 week online or on-campus programs may be eligible for the following awards     military service the following awards are available for our military service members and their families o active duty military service regent university will reduce our active duty military service members’ tuition to $250 per credit hour active duty

disciplines well in advance of the internship at least one semester prior to the desired experience application must be made using the internship application and learning contract students seeking internships should consult early with their department chair careful planning and prior approvals are necessary to secure these learning experiences students should not assume that a particular professor or site is available for a desired internship no more than six 6 hours of independent study or internship can be counted toward one’s degree “in-progress” grades “ip” in-progress grades shall be given for courses in which the completion of course requirements for all students in the class extends beyond the formal class sessions scheduled for the course in-progress grades are only appropriate for use in the college of arts sciences research seminars classes internship courses and student teaching courses ued 495 and the field experience portfolio course ued

bibl 331 systematic theology i 3 bibl 332 systematic theology ii 3 bibl 485 senior seminar 3 plus 3 credits from the following bibl 240 studying and teaching the bible 3 bibl 495 internship 3 plus one of the following emphases 18 credit hours biblical studies concentration students select 15 credits from the following bibl 313 study of the prophets 3 bibl 314 pauline literature 3 bibl 315 wisdom literature 3 bibl 316 acts of the apostles 3 bibl 317 psalms 3 bibl 318 general epistles 3 bibl 350 biblical languages plus 3 credits of church history courses from the following bibl 260 church history i 3 bibl 261 church history ii 3 bibl 467 american church history 3 hist 372 history of global christianity 3 theological and historical studies concentration students select 15 credits from the following bibl 260 church history i 3 bibl 261 church history ii 3 bibl 301 apologetics 3 bibl 422 seminar in theology 3 bibl 430 christian ethics 3 bibl 467 american church history 3 hist 372 history

investigation of the role of business in society the human side of business the functions of business and the accounting/reporting processes of business busn 220 accounting principles 3 examines the role of financial data in the commercial enterprise as well as measuring and reporting income assets liabilities and equities busn 230 introduction to finance 3 explores the financial function of the commercial enterprise including topics on working capital management procurement of resources from financial markets and financial decision making in the firm prerequisite math 102 busn 240 marketing principles 3 exploration of principles and activities in the commercial enterprise including topics such as product price promotion place/channel competition company and communication busn 250 business communication 3 studies traditional business presentation skills communications and behavioral theories concepts and principles while including communication strategies and interactional practices

engl 348 british romantics 3 engl 350 victorian literature 3 engl 365 contemporary literature 3 engl 377 shakespeare 3 engl 432 medieval english literature 3 engl 433 english renaissance literature 3 engl 475 special topics 3 course descriptions animation anim 100 fundamentals of animation 3 introduction to the principles of animation and sequential art techniques that make up the visual communication art of storytelling through animation anim 103 introduction to digital art 3 creation of digital art as needed for animation using industry-standard software through the medium of digital photography and its application to individual expression anim 112 fundamentals of 2-d computer-based animation 3 students explore and practice 2-d traditional techniques in animation anim 115 compositing and sound for animators 3 course focuses on compositing/editing special effects and animation as well as the creation of basic sound elements needed in the production of animation anim 203 3-d animation

isys 333 systems security 3 isys 436 contingency planning and disaster recovery 3 minor in political philosophy 15 credit hours govt 327 ancient political philosophy 3 govt 329 modern political philosophy 3 govt 330 political ideologies 3 govt 432 the american political tradition 3 govt 434 christian political philosophy 3 pre-requisites for these courses may be waived solely for students completing the minor conditional upon departmental approval combined bachelors-masters government program government majors in good standing may apply to the combined bachelors-masters government program this program provides government majors in the college of arts and sciences the opportunity to receive advanced standing in the government master’s program in the robertson school of government the combined program allows students to earn 12 credit hours towards an ma in government while completing their ba in government at regent university students participating in the combined

hist 210 the story of christianity 3 the historic roots and development of christianity and the church with attention to historic christian writings doctrines and thinkers of the christian faith only available to honors students hist 211 world history i 3 survey of the history of civilization from its beginnings in both the middle east and asia to the growing dominance of the west over non-western civilizations in asia africa and the americas that began in the 16th century age of exploration special attention given to the cultural exchanges interactions and adaptations that occurred among these civilizations hist 212 world history ii 3 survey of the growth and interactions of civilizations across the world from the 16 th century to the present special attention given to their individual cultural vibrancy and to their responses to western hegemony modernization and globalization in subsequent centuries hist 250 a history of the united states 3 the historical moral and religious

and some practical work in systems security a computer system with appropriate software is required prerequisite isys 331 isys 336 internet/intranet security 3 access to the internet for multiple purposes is one of the major components of most business operations many businesses also have intranets which provide internal communications security of these assets is critical for a successful business course provides an introduction to the concepts and procedures of assessing and providing security for internet/intranets prerequisite isys 331 isys 406 systems analysis and design 3 investigation of the techniques of system analysis and design with attention to the concepts skills methodologies and tools essential for systems analysts to develop information systems successfully prerequisite or co-requisite isys 317 isys 408 management of information security 3 information security must be a significant part of any business plan today and managers in this field must remain aware of the

peggy m southerland 2011 b.a university of maryland professional in residence english and communication arts robert s stewart jr 2012 ph.d university of california-davis professor science technology and mathematics chair science technology and mathematics kenneth l wantz 2009 ph.d university of delaware professor science technology and mathematics stephen webb 2013 m.s saint leo university principal lecturer government history and criminal justice caramine k white 2008 ph.d university of north carolina-greensboro associate professor english and communication arts david x xu 2011 m.f.a pratt institute associate professor english and communication arts 10/2/17