Category: Regent Life

Regent University Among Best in Nation in U.S. News & World Report’s 2020 Best Online Programs Rankings

VIRGINIA BEACH, VA (January 14, 2020) – Regent University has again earned top accolades for its online education programs, according to Best Online rankings released today by U.S. News & World Report, the leading authority on university rankings.  In its 2020 “Best Online Programs” rankings, Regent University’s College of Arts & Sciences (CAS) again scored #1 for …

What Can I Do with a Business Analytics Degree?

Are you good with numbers and business? Do you have an interest in business analytics? If you have the passion and drive to explore and investigate performance to drive business planning, a business analytics degree may be right for you. You may be asking yourself, what can I do with a business analytics degree? First, …

Is a Graphic Design Degree Worth It?

Interested in becoming a graphic designer? Wondering if getting a graphic design degree is worth it? Read more to discover why a graphic design degree is worth getting, what you can expect from the coursework and some of the benefits of getting this degree. What Does a Graphic Designer Do? Graphic designers create visual concepts …

Author and Regent Grad Sheds “Light” On Reaching Today’s Youth

By Sara Nguyen For Ron Luce, DSL ’19, when it comes to sharing the gospel and reaching youth for Christ, the numbers tell a big story. Fifty-two percent of the global population is under 30. The median age of Christians globally is 30, and the age someone is most likely to make a decision for …

The Bible’s Not Socialist. A Single Book Proves It

By Rob Schwarzwalder “Jesus was a socialist.” That’s the claim of a professor at Occidental College, and a lot of other Christians. Of course, that’s silly. How do we know it’s silly? Because the book of Deuteronomy tells us what God wants our economic life to look like. And it’s definitely not socialist. That’s why A …

The Business of Doing Ministry: Regent Grad Leads the Charge to Change Lives

By Sarah Nguyen It’s not often you hear the words microfinance and ministry in the same sentence, but for Ryan Holloway, they’re a match made in heaven. Holloway (MBA’16) got his start on the mission field in the Dominican Republic in 2008, where — armed with a business plan and a degree in economics— he successfully …

What is a Clinical Psychologist and How to Become One

By Nicolas Reynolds “In 1736 I lost one of my sons, a fine boy of four years old, by the small-pox, taken in the common way,” wrote Benjamin Franklin. Fortunately, due to the miracle of modern medicine, a natural case of smallpox has not occurred in decades. Smallpox cannot be called “common” anymore. As modern …

Why Should I Earn a College Degree While in the Military?

By Brett Tubbs Serving in the military is an “all-in” feat. More than “just a job,” military service is a lifestyle. Wondering whether pursuing a college education fits in? Here’s the thing: Getting your bachelor’s, master’s, or doctoral degree says that you’re betting on yourself and your future. You’re already disciplined in the art of …

J.D. vs. M.A. in Law: The Nitty Gritty

“Law.” Does the word conjure images of courtrooms and crime shows? (Queue the “Da Dum” of NBC’s Law and Order.) If you’re thinking about going into the field of law, you’ll be happy to know there’s a lot you can do with a law degree. That isn’t to say, however, that all law degrees are …

What is an MBA in Healthcare Management?

By Philip Reynolds As the Oregon Trail beckoned droves of Americans westward in the 19th century, so healthcare calls many seeking a stable and secure field in which to anchor their career. Surpassing the U.S. Department of Labor Statistics’ estimate that it would be the largest career field by 2020, the healthcare industry did just …