Spring 2015 – Summer 2015 Graduate Course Catalog by Regent University

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table of contents preface ii accreditation ii nondiscrimination policy iii table of contents iv the university 1 message from our chancellor ceo 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 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 14 repeating a course 14 grading systems 14 appeals and grievances 16 academic integrity 16 academic probation and dismissal 16

only for students who are transferring their immigration record from other us institutions immigration transfer/col applicants f-1 students who are transferring from another u.s institution or students who are changing their degree levels at regent out of status applicants f-1 students who are in violation of their immigration status and need to depart the us or apply to uscis for reinstatement to lawful f-1 status dec 15 or 3 months prior to the expiration date of the applicant’s current immigration status whichever date comes first oct 15 jan 15 for 2 months prior to the expiration date of the applicant’s current immigration status whichever date comes first feb 15 for 1 month prior to the expiration date of the applicant’s current immigration status whichever date comes first nov 15 dec 15 visa information according to current regulations foreign nationals are strictly prohibited from enrolling in on campus degree programs in the f-2 and the b-1/b-2

degree programs recognizing that true leadership is a combination of education and god-given talent the school of business leadership offers several graduate programs that provide the educational foundation to enhance one’s leadership and entrepreneurial abilities and meet various needs in the global marketplace the select faculty members who teach in these programs have proven themselves in both application and research in addition the unique multidisciplinary nature of the school of business leadership programs allows students from a variety of professional backgrounds to interact with one another and faculty incorporating firsthand professional experience into online class discussions that enhance the pure and applied research found in these programs the school offers the certificate of post-doctoral studies in organizational leadership doctor of philosophy ph.d in organizational leadership doctor of strategic leadership dsl certificate of advanced graduate studies cags

enables students to conduct pure and applied research in all areas of study offered in the school the strengths 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

♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ school of divinity dean’s message we live in unprecedented times the world is driven by change knowledge is now doubling annually the center of christianity is now outside the euro-american west and the forms of the church also now look sound and feel very different there are no easy answers to the theological and practical challenges of our times but each difficult occasion also presents us with opportunities for the holy spirit to do something new here at the school of divinity we envision that theological education equips us to bring biblically historically and spiritually informed perspectives to bear on our life scholarship work and ministry our goal is to serve the wider regent university community in our theological reflection and through our spiritual vitality to enable spirit-empowered ministry in the church the marketplace and the public square to nurture theological scholarship at

hcht 631 african pentecostalism 3 the historical and theological development of african pentecostalism from 1950 to the present explores african pentecostal historiographies and theologies and how these compare with their western counterparts cross-listed with rtch 731 icsd 500 world christian perspectives 3 multifaceted integrative course that focuses on the biblical historical and cultural dimensions of world evangelization emphasis is given to the state of the unevangelized world and how to strategically complete the great commission icsd 502 missions the local church 3 overview of the local church and its relationship to the mission mandate topics of study will include missions education the role of church leadership in missions and developing the local church into a sending church icsd 507 history of global missions 3 development of christian missions from the early church fathers to the modern period including their contribution to the expansion of christianity primary emphasis

teaching english to speakers of other languages etsl 505 serving english language learners in k-12 classrooms 3 etsl 510 linguistics 3 etsl 525 language teaching approaches and practices 3 etsl 540 multicultural education 3 etsl 560 first and second language acquisition 3 etsl 570 teaching reading 3 joint degree students may choose no more than 9 credits from the tesol program technology research eadm 532 technology for administrators 3 efnd 515 research design 3 educational specialist degree ed.s in educational leadership program 34 credit hours delivered entirely online ed.s in educational leadership with a concentration in special education the ed.s can be accomplished in 18 months the primary emphasis for this program is leadership and administration the ed.s in educational leadership with a concentration in special education adds an extra emphasis on the unique knowledge that is specific to special education those wishing to accomplish an add-on endorsement

appropriate assessment practices and informative feedback mechanisms for instructional improvement in addition be able to guide fellow personnel in school-based curriculum design/redesign processes emep 505 models of leadership related issues 3 acquire the knowledge base and explore the experiences necessary for exemplary leaders issues of effective communication collaboration and consultation skills as well as various ways to demonstrate those skills will be reviewed in-depth choose effective micro mid-level and macro leadership models for action depending upon your areas of emphasis this course will examine various models of leadership and their effectiveness both contemporary and biblical examples are used to demonstrate skills and 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 engl 500 graduate academic writing seminar 0 development

ï‚· ï‚· ï‚· ï‚· ï‚· ï‚· ï‚· ï‚· ï‚· a national law school established in 1986 as a full-time three-year program regent university school of law draws students from across the united states the school of law alumni practice law in 47 states the district of columbia and several foreign nations history regent university school of law started as the o.w coburn school of law of oral roberts university in 1986 the school of law moved to regent university in its first year at regent the school had 103 students it has since grown to approximately 160 students in each incoming class in 1998 the school of law began a part-time four-year program with 35 students facilities the school of law is located in robertson hall a 134,000-square-foot building robertson hall has both tiered and seminar classrooms two teaching-sized courtrooms a 375-seat formal courtroom and professional skills labs law faculty members have the latest audio-video technology available for

to individual and restoration within the family the church and the community it is our goal that individuals who graduate from our programs will be exemplary reflecting the character of christ within their personal and professional lives accreditation regent university is accredited by the commission on colleges of the southern association of colleges and schools sacscoc http sacscoc.org/membershipinfo.asp the school of psychology and counseling has two additional accreditations the american psychological association apa office of program consultation and accreditation 750 first street ne washington dc 20002-4242 202-3365979 www.apa.org/ed/accreditation has granted accreditation to the doctoral program in clinical psychology psy.d www.apa.org/ed/accreditation/clinpsymz.html and the council for accreditation of counseling and related educational programs cacrep 5999 stevenson avenue alexandria va 22304 703.823.9800 ext 301 www.cacrep.org has granted accreditation to the following

collins gary 2007 ph.d purdue university distinguished visiting faculty hughes rosemarie s 1987 dean emerita ph.d old dominion university school of psychology counseling page