Guidelines are provided for each of our master’s and doctoral programs and serve to outline the expectations for each program as well as offer success tips for each of the various types of assignments you may encounter. Within each degree program, you will find more specific information regarding each of the following:
The School of Business & Leadership uses online dialogue structures with threaded messages to facilitate several purposes. These include participant learning, town meetings and other instructional support. It requires students to interactively engage each other online through the Internet.
Every written work communicates. Good writing presents information that is readily understood by the appropriate audience. The writing guidelines provided within each academic degree program will highlight specific requirements and objectives regarding the design, style and expectations of each writing project.
All program guideline elements are found in the Regent University catalog, the Regent Student Handbook and the SBL website. Recognize that all program documents are subject to significant change without notice based on the university environment. Please become familiar with the items that affect your successful program completion. It is the students' responsibility to use the documents that affect their studies. As always, contact your advisor if you have questions.
Scott Rigell, MBA '90
U.S. Representative, 2nd Congressional District of Virginia
"It will be the principles of servant leadership that I largely learned at Regent that I'll carry with me. These principles defined me as a corporate leader, and I believe they will define my political leadership."
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