Spring 2017 – Summer 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 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 8 information technology 9 psychological services center 10 commencement 10 graduate academic information and policies 11 freedom of expression 11 student records confidentiality 11 access to student educational records by others 11 virginia tidewater consortium program 12 graduate academic programs degrees etc 12 graduate full-time classification 15 academic advising 15 repeating a course 15 grading systems 16 appeals and grievances 18 academic integrity 18 academic probation and dismissal 18 petitioning

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

business leadership marketing not-for-profit management servant management small business data analytics and small business information technology the degree addresses strategic opportunities produced by a global economy as well as entrepreneurial approaches to solving problems and capitalizing on new business ventures the degree is firmly grounded in traditional business theory and contemporary concepts and a biblical worldview throughout the mba programs students will further refine their knowledge of key business principles as well as hone their skills in creativity innovation and leadership to successfully develop launch and lead new or expanded enterprises anywhere across the globe designed for both full-time and part-time professionals and executives the mba degree consists of fourteen 3-credithour courses for a total of 42 credit hours students complete 30 hours of core courses and 12 hours of courses in a concentration university requirement univ 500 regent foundations for

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 contact the admissions office in the school of communication the arts for a listing of joint degrees available

for more information about the ceu program contact the divinity registration representative partnerships and affiliations the school of divinity is one of the associated schools of jerusalem university college formerly the institute of holy land studies and is recognized by the association of clinical pastoral education as providing academic certification requirements the school of divinity is a charter member of the pentecostal research and preservation consortium along with asbury college billy graham center at wheaton college and oral roberts university these partnerships are in keeping with the mission and expanding impact of the school of divinity and regent university the school of divinity also partners with the master’s institute minneapolis minnesota in offering their “missional discipleship” concentration to train pastors and leaders and serve churches across the country master’s degree requirements   univ 500 unless an exemption is

icsd 530 world evangelization strategy 3 survey of evangelistic approaches being used around the world with emphasis given to the development of practical strategic approaches to world evangelism prerequisite icsd 500 or concurrent icsd 531 theology of global missions 3 evaluates various theological models for understanding global missions including reformed anabaptist pentecostal evangelical and liberation theology also examines theologies of mission within christianity in the global south icsd 534 evangelism church growth in contemporary china 3 presents the growth and development of the church in the people’s republic of china from 1949 to the present as viewed against a backdrop of widespread social and political change includes the impact of the gospel on china’s minority nationalities and current opportunities for ministry among chinese in china as well as those in diaspora icsd 545 intercultural communication 3 current communication theories and methodologies

the ed.s in educational leadership is a degree in and of itself but it may also be earned on the way to the completion of the terminal ed.d university requirement univ 500 regent foundations for graduate success 2 or univ lib information research resources 0 as required upon admission core courses educ 700 online orientation 0 eadm 703 advanced theory practice of leadership communication organizations 3 efnd 705a residency 2 efnd 705b residency 2 efnd 706 christian worldview for educators 3 efnd 715 data-driven decision making 3 efnd 732 statistics interpretations 0 concentration courses complete 18 credit hours within one of the following concentrations ed.s with a concentration in adult education edco 801 strategic planning program evaluation 3 edsl 710 the adult learner 3 edsl 715 international and global issues in adult education 3 edsl 727 supervision professional development 3 efnd 701 advanced human learning motivational development 3 esae 820 program planning for adult

for special education services presents an overview of identification assessment program options and intervention services etsp 552 behavior management social skills training 3 in-depth research-based study of the causes and corresponding solutions to typical as well as extraordinary classroom management problems reviews the knowledge base on teaching socially appropriate behavior identifies appropriate behavioral interventions and social skill teaching strategies through case studies simulations and role-playing emphasizes modifying strategies based on learning style and cultural considerations etsp 553 language acquisition the communicative arts 3 prepares participants to develop students’ communicative competence through a focus of the language modes listening speaking and writing the course content addresses language development language theories and best practices of assessing and teaching language particular attention will be given to language difficulties of students

ï‚· ï‚· ï‚· the grounding of students in biblical foundations of law legal institutions and processes of conflict resolution the recognition of questions of righteousness in the operation of law and the pursuit of true justice through professional legal service the nurture and encouragement of students toward becoming mature christians exercising the gifts of the holy spirit and showing the fruit of the holy spirit in their personal and professional lives and the nurture and encouragement of other law students practicing lawyers judges legislators government officials educators and others to recognize and to seek the biblical foundations of law to recognize questions of righteousness in the operation of the law and to pursue true justice distinctives of the school 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

the faculty resident faculty regent university school of law has a diverse and distinguished faculty members of the faculty have published extensively and all of them have significant legal experience in private practice public interest legal work or government service the school is justly proud of the accomplishments of its faculty members collectively the faculty provides an outstanding and rich legal education for regent students members and their credentials are listed below the year in which the faculty member began full-time in the school of law is listed in parentheses ashcroft john d 2005 j.d university of chicago boland james m 1999 j.d regent university brauch jeffrey a 1994 j.d with honors university of chicago brown eleanor w 2002 j.d university of richmond ll.m college of william mary cameron bruce n 2007 j.d emory university school of law christiansen margaret l 1994 j.d regent university m.s.i.s florida state university cook douglas h 1987 j.d the ohio