Spring 2016 – Summer 2016 Graduate Course Catalog by Regent University

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2 all other graduate degree programs students accepted on a provisional enrollment basis in all other degree programs are limited to a maximum of 12 credit hours the first term of enrollment each school may establish specific course requirements for the provisional students’ first term of enrollment after completing a minimum of 9 credit hours with a 3.00 or better gpa 3.25 for thm 2.50 gpa for mdiv and m.a in practical theology and meeting the course requirements set by the school the provisional designation will be removed students entering regent on a provisional basis who do not achieve a 3.00 gpa 3.25 for thm 2.50 gpa for mdiv and m.a in practical theology for the first term of enrollment are subject to immediate dismissal all provisions of the academic probation and dismissal policy will then apply conditional graduate applicants who have submitted all application material except test results an official transcript or a letter of reference may be admitted on a conditional enrollment status those on conditional status have one term to submit all of the required admissions material the student will not be eligible to register for a second term until the school removes the conditional designation any request for an exception to this registration block must be submitted to the dean of the school through an academic petition nondegree students graduate applicants desiring to enroll in courses who do not intend to obtain a degree may be accepted on nondegree status graduate transfer credit a majority of the credits for a graduate or post-baccalaureate professional degree must be earned through regent university thus the limit for the number of credits accepted in transfer is 49 of any degree program some individual regent schools and programs may have stricter limits criteria guiding the acceptability of transfer credit include  currency of qualifications—units undertaken more than a decade previous to the application normally may not be recognized for transfer  relevance of the credit/s—when a student can demonstrate that coursework completed at another institution reflects the curriculum course content and level of instruction resulting in student competencies at least equivalent to those of students enrolled in regent’s own graduate degree programs and assessment criteria of regent university the student may be granted credit for the relevant regent credit/s  accredited work—to be approved for transfer coursework must have been taken from a regionally accredited institution or one approved by the regent school in which the student is enrolled when appropriate regent will consider awarding transfer credit for military or workforce training that has been evaluated by the american council on education ace in accordance with ace recommendations  availability of work—credits accepted for transfer ordinarily cannot have been counted on a previously completed degree program at regent or any other institution  course grades—courses with grades of b and below c and below for the j.d mdiv and m.a in practical theology programs will not be accepted for transfer when transfer courses are approved the course title and credit hours as well as the name of the institution where the credits were earned are entered on the regent university transcript however the grades are not entered on the transcript and are not used in the calculation of the regent university cumulative grade point average the process for requesting transfer credit follows 1 students who want to transfer graduate credits to a regent university degree program shall initiate an official request for transfer credit through the dean’s office or the student’s academic advisor 2 students submit an official transcript for each proposed transfer course 3 schools may establish other requirements or documentation for evaluating the transfer credit such as a copy of the course syllabus or a copy of the course description from the institution’s course catalog schools make their specific transfer credit evaluation procedure available to students 4 when the evaluation process is complete and courses are approved for transfer the dean’s office forwards a copy of the official transcripts any additional required documentation and transfer credit evaluation form to the registrar’s office for entry of the transfer courses and credits on the student’s academic transcript and degree program audit regent university page 29