Fall 2017 Graduate Course Catalog by Regent University

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table of contents preface ii accreditation ii equal opportunity policy for students iii table of contents iv the university 7 message from our chancellor ceo 7 mission statement 8 philosophy of education 8 history of the university 8 standard of personal conduct 9 campus facilities 9 the university library 10 library faculty 10 student life campus services and academic support 11 student services 11 the university writing center 14 information technology 15 psychological services center 17 commencement 17 graduate academic information and policies 18 freedom of expression 18 student records confidentiality 18 access to student educational records by others 18 virginia tidewater consortium program 19 graduate academic programs degrees etc 19 graduate full-time classification 22 academic advising 22 repeating a course 22 grading systems 23 appeals and grievances 25 academic integrity 25 academic probation and dismissal 25

course changes add/drop and refund policy students may change their class schedules online via genisys until the day before the start of the university-defined term law students are issued a “time-ticket” for their online registration period for a two-week period beginning on the first day of the university-defined term students may add classes or drop classes and receive a 100 refund of tuition and fees by contacting the appropriate staff representative at their school this two-week period is defined as the university’s authorized add/drop period courses dropped during the first week of an eight 8 week session or fifteen 15 week term will not appear on the student’s transcript courses dropped after the first week of an eight 8 week course and up to the mid-point of the term will appear on the student’s transcript with a “w.” courses dropped after the midpoint of the term will result in a grade of “wf” for standard

throughout this program students will  integrate the practice of leadership with biblically informed values  demonstrate collaborative and effective problem-solving skills using multidisciplinary approaches  apply acquired multidisciplinary concepts skills and principles to actual leadership situations  analyze and synthesize knowledge of leadership theories human development and communication theories  research contemporary issues in not-for-profit leadership to provide practical solutions degree requirements to successfully complete the m.a in not-for-profit leadership students must complete 33 credit hours of core and elective coursework as noted in this section of the catalog and must demonstrate independent scholarly ability at the master’s level full-time students can complete the m.a in not-for-profit leadership in as little as 12 months part-time students can complete the program in approximately 16-36 months regent university

m.a in film-television program the m.a in film-television requires 30 credit hours areas of study there are three concentrations for film-television students 1 production 2 script writing and 3 producing online only m.a in film-television with a concentration in producing concentration delivered entirely online the producing concentration is designed for students who desire to work in the producing and executive sectors of the entertainment industry students take a series of courses that cover the theoretical as well as practical side of how the media industry works and what it means to be a producer and leader students seeking this option are required to complete a business plan as a culminating project students take the following 30 credits of online courses university requirement univ 500 regent foundations for graduate success 2 or univ lib information research resources 0 as required upon admission required courses ctv 522 the development process 1 ctv 523 production

in ecclesial parachurch and other contexts the degree’s study program recognizes the vital and essential role of the church in christian spirituality formation and equipping for diverse vocations of service and leadership in ministry and mission the m.a in christian spirituality formation is a professional degree related to and carrying the same gpa requirements as the m.div degree educational goals the goals of this program are to  provide an integrated educational experience that focuses specifically on students’ spirituality and holistic formation from a trinitarian perspective with emphasis on the individual’s continuing inner process of transformation into the character of jesus christ through the power of the holy spirit  equip students to integrate a sound knowledge of scripture with practical application of scriptural principles and practices to facilitate formative spirituality and discipleship in personal life and professional contexts

the faculty resident faculty members and their credentials are listed below the date in which the faculty member began full time in the school of divinity is listed in parentheses bekker corné j 2015 d litt et phil rand afrikaans university johannesburg south africa dean director of ph.d program professor alexander kimberly ervin 2011 ph.d st john’s college/open university associate professor anderson jeffrey k 2017 ph.d regent university school of divinity assistant professor asplund larry k 2017 dmin george fox evangelical seminary instructor cartledge mark j 2015 ph.d trinity college university of wales united kingdom professor cavallaro dana j 2017 dmin regent university school of divinity instructor chandler diane 2003 ph.d regent university school of leadership studies associate professor coulter dale 2007 dphil oxford university united kingdom associate professor crabtree mara lief 1998 dmin wesley theological seminary associate professor diehl detar

efnd 723 history contemporary issues of american higher education 3 ehea 801 the college and the student 3 ehea 802 higher education finance 3 ehea 807 curriculum and assessment for college/university teaching 3 ehea 811 administration and organization theory in higher education 3 ed.d with a concentration in higher education leadership management required courses ehea 710 accreditation and assessment 3 ehea 714 presidential and board leadership 3 ehea 803 the law governance in higher education 3 to be taken in place of edco 800 some courses below may be waived for students possessing an ed.s or equivalent upon admission into the ed.d consult with the concentration advisor edco 801 strategic planning program evaluation 3 edel 807 organizational institutional change 3 efnd 723 history contemporary issues in american higher education 3 ehea 702 role and mission of the christian college and university 3 ehea 802 higher education finance 3 ehea 811 administration and organization

 $2,400 per year  renewable for one year with a 3.70 gpa in rsg trustee scholarships  undergraduate gpa of 3.90 lsat >160 gre 80  $10,500 per year  renewable for one year with a 3.90 gpa in rsg awards for joint degree students students in joint degrees programs may also receive a rsg award awards are renewable upon reapplication and maintenance of the required minimum cumulative gpa all awards are limited to rsg coursework career objectives the robertson school of government has produced graduates who hold important leadership positions in government service at all levels in related political non-profit advocacy organizations and in education in addition to enhancing one’s current career in public service journalism or the military possible careers include government/ngo’s  political leadership through appointed and career offices legislative and executive branches  leadership and management positions in administrative

the public interest legal advocates of regent seek to provide a venue through which students can act to begin eliminating the inequality of legal resources in our country pilar also strives to foster lifelong participation in the law-related areas of the public sector by referring students to opportunities that match their career goals pilar is continually seeking to encourage a law school curriculum that is supportive of public interest law students has financial programs to assist students interested in public interest with summer and post-graduate employment and develops relationships with organizations and alumni to provide resources for students regent students for life regent students for life provides the regent community the opportunity to discuss and engage the culture on all aspects of life abortion post-abortion adoption disability discrimination euthanasia stem cell research genocide ru486 abstinence and much more rsfl believes that god created life and that life is sacred

♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ school of psychology counseling dean’s message our motto in the school of psychology counseling spc indicates our aspiration to be both “academically excellent” and “distinctively christian.” we believe that these goals are synergistic our aim is produce leaders in psychology and counseling who can provide effective services to their clients in a manner richly informed by the best of the academic traditions in these fields and the christian faith our focus has been on preparing professionals and paraprofessionals for practice oriented careers in a wide variety of settings many of our graduates have developed careers in explicitly christian practices contexts many others work in the spectrum of secular mental health contexts such as private practice school services medical settings or military clinics all are trained to integrate faith and practice in sophisticated and

yarhouse mark a 1998 psy.d wheaton college director institute for the study of sexual identity rosemarie s hughes endowed chair of christian thought in mental health practice professor zaporozhets olya 2012 ph.d university of toledo co-director institute for the study of sexual identity assistant professor visiting faculty black robert b 1985 faculty emeritus ph.d ohio university collins gary 2007 ph.d purdue university distinguished visiting faculty hughes rosemarie s 1987 dean emerita ph.d old dominion university 11/16/17 school of psychology counseling page