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Regent University (School of Communication and the Arts)




Regent University is the nation's academic center for Christian thought and action, with strategic campus positioning and a multitude of online learning programs available worldwide.

Regent University’s department of Cinema-Television (CTV) exists to reclaim the power of "Story" to weave Christian values and enduring truths in infinitely fresh and relevant ways—using consummate craftsmanship and artistry to inspire, teach and entertain millions around the world.

Our programs, with majors in producing, directing, editing, script and screenwriting and critical studies allow the student to explore and refine their craft, with state of the art facilities and equipment, and faculty who inspire, resulting in an education that prepares them for the professional entertainment industries.

To make a difference in our world today—to impart ideas and parables to the people—we must become exquisite cinematic storytellers. We must continue to pass along wisdom and wonder infused with the Light to those with eyes to see and ears to hear.

"Each of our programs are designed to support the mission of Regent University, Christian Leaders to Change the World. We are interested in continually stretching the envelope of creativity and storytelling. We equip our students, spiritually and technically so they can be effective directors, producers, editors, and critical thinkers. All of this, co-exists with our main purpose, to glorify God."



School name:Regent UniversitySchool of Communication and the Arts
Address:1000 Regent University Drive
Zip & city:VA 23464 Virginia
Phone:(888) 777-7729
Web:http://www.regent.edu/acad/schcom/
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