English, Communication & the Arts
Within English and Communication & the Arts, we interweave communication theory and practice; students learn theory and how to apply it in a dynamic environment. Advances in technology are also incorporated in our courses as they continuously impact the field. For instance, Second Life, Twitter, podcasting, Web 2.0 and blogs have altered how we send and receive communication. Studying changes in the field makes our educational experience relevant to the present and a foundation for the future. All of our coursework is explored through the lens of a Christian worldview.
The English & Communication Studies division educates students in writing, language and literature. In doing so, we hope to cultivate thoughtful, compassionate human beings, as well as equip majors for a wide range of professions. Employers in various disciplines are looking for English majors because of their skills in thinking and communication. But, beyond vocational preparation, the department seeks to cultivate in students an appreciation for the things that mark us as human: communication, analysis, discernment, and a love of beauty.
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Online or On Campus
- B.A. in Communication Studies (with the following concentrations)
- B.A. in English (with the following concentrations)
- Minor – Communication
- Minor – English
If you’re interested in a career in television, film and animation, Regent University’s Media & Visual Arts division is unique. Our faculty will challenge you to pursue a meaningful career in the entertainment industry by becoming the best producer, director, screenwriter, and animator you can be. Additionally, we are passionate about making films that intrigue and transform, and to that end we provide state-of-the-art equipment and facilities to offer you outstanding production experiences. Choose from several degree programs.
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The Music & Performing Arts division seeks to express life’s most profound truths as deposited in music and drama, and through the power and passion of live performance. We train artists who share our vision and desire to have a positive and spirit-filled impact upon the professional stage and the various venues throughout the local community and the Church. Whether you sing, act, direct, dance or write, our programs will stretch you to where your gifts can be best developed and used.
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Director, School of Communication & the Arts
- National Communication Association
- Central States Communication Association
- Eastern Communication Association
- Southern States Communication Association
- Western States Communication Association
- International Communication Association
- Association for Business Communication
- The International Association of Business Communicators
- Journal of Computer Mediated Communication