Regent University’s graduate School of Communication & the Arts (SCA) is for storytellers, whether for news, theatre, film & television, education or digital media. But our vision stretches further. We develop artists, journalists, craftsmen and educators who are just as passionate about exploring and nurturing their core values as they are about honing their talents, sharpening their skill sets and advancing their careers.
As an SCA student, you will be challenged in your craft and encouraged in your Christian faith. Our faculty of scholars and practitioners will prepare you to advance in the workplace with relevance and confidence. I look forward to welcoming you to our school.
The faculty in the School of Communication & the Arts bring innovation and vibrancy to our students’ learning experience. Each has achieved distinguished careers in academic and professional settings, representing the wide array of fields in the areas of communication and the arts. Many continue to work professionally in their respective fields. Among our professors are a Fulbright Senior Specialist, Telly and Emmy Award-winning artists, published scholars and experienced professionals who have worked in major media and entertainment markets in California, Chicago, New York, Washington, D.C. and around the world.