General Education Department
General education is composed of a Christian liberal arts core curriculum that seeks to transform students to think, live and serve as Christian leaders in the 21st century. The curriculum has been designed to conform to the academic standards of excellence proposed by the American Council of Trustees and Alumni (ACTA). Regent University is recognized as one of only 24 universities in the U.S. to receive an “A” rating by ACTA, confirming the academic integrity of the core curriculum. Regent’s general education curriculum includes coursework in English Composition, Literature, Economics, U.S. History, Mathematics, and the Natural Sciences, with elective courses in foreign language. Foundational courses in biblical worldview, Christian leadership, communication, philosophy, and the arts are also integral to the general education core.