Our Academic Catalogue details all the requirements and policies relevant to your studies at Regent.
The Academic Catalogue contains policies, rules, schedules, and information that form part of a student's legal contract with Regent College. As such, you should familiarize yourself with its contents.
Catalogues for each year are in effect from September 1 through until August 31.
If you were admitted in a previous year, you may find a pdf copy of your Academic Catalogue in the left sidebar below; otherwise, refer to the paper copy you were given. You may complete the program to which you have been admitted according to the requirements as they were in the year you were admitted, provided you do so within the allowed time limit. Or you may complete according to more recent requirements.
While it is your responsibility to be familiar with the Academic Catalogue, we invite you to take advantage of our Academic Advising at any time.
Academic Catalogue 2019–2020
Mission and Values
Graduate Diploma in Christian Studies (GradDipCS)
Master of Arts in Christian Studies (MA Christian Studies)
Master of Arts in Theological Studies (MA Theo Studies)
Master of Arts in Leadership, Theology & Society (MALTS)
Master of Divinity (MDiv)
Master of Theology (ThM)
Academic PoliciesProgram Requirements and Policies
- Program Requirement and Concentration Worksheets
- Residency Requirement
- Limits on Courses Taken through Distance Education
- Time Limits for Completion of Programs
- Combining & Relinquishing Degrees
- Program Changes
- Concentration Changes
- Grading Schedule
- Grade Reports and Transcripts
- Terms, Credit Hours, and Workload
- Full-Time Status
- Style Guide and Paper Formats
- Research with Human Participants
- Guided Study
- Class Attendance
- Extensions for Assignments
- Withdrawal Policy
- Course Retake Policy
- Aegrotat Policy
Academic Integrity, Probation, Appeals
- Final Exam/Paper
- Integrative Project in the Arts and Theology (IPIAT)
- Integrative Project
- MALTS Capstone Project
Fees and Expenses