The Bachelor of Arts in Behavioral Science is designed to provide students with a broad systematic understanding of human behavior, and the biological, psychological, cultural, political and social factors that influence such behavior. The program emphasizes the mastery of key behavioral science concepts; exposure to significant behavioral science theories drawn from psychology, sociology, anthropology and political science; the development and utilization of rigorous investigation, observation and research skills common to the behavioral sciences; and the ability to integrate knowledge across the behavioral sciences. The program provides practical knowledge and skills with enduring career applicability.
The Advertising/Public Relations degree program is designed to help students develop an in-depth understanding of the role and impact of advertising and public relations in both for-profit and nonprofit organizations. The program focuses on preparing students to become logical and innovative advertising and public relations professionals who also examine the ethical and cultural values in their practice. The program also stresses both analytical approaches and critical thinking skills. Students will learn the foundations underlying persuasive messaging as well as analytical tools applied to advertising and public relations research. With this knowledge, students will improve their ability to identify and investigate current AD/PR-related issues by using an appropriate methodology and develop further strategic directions. In conjunction with the practical techniques, the program will also guide students to appreciate the cultural aspects and ethical issues in advertising and public relation practices. Students can tailor their messages on the basis of understanding cultural differences and engage with ethical concerns. Upon completing the program, students will achieve a wealth of knowledge, practical skills, and the ability to think critically and strategically in developing promotional media messages and strategies.
The Bachelor of Arts in Art with an option in Art History offers students a diversity of exposure to the styles and subjects of cultures and nations of the Western and non-Western world, from prehistoric times to the contemporary era. The program places particular emphasis on developing the student's ability to critically understand the ideas and imagery found within the art works of various cultures and individual artists and architects. The Art History concentration offers an emphasis on the cultures of the Americas, Asia, and Africa, as well as the achievements of contemporary and women artists. Students can pursue careers in research and consultation, positions in supervising commercial art galleries, private collections, historic homes, and landmarks; consultant for stores and businesses dealing in art works; guide to collections in museums; and library archivist. through the study of literature, art, music and philosophy.
The Bachelor of Arts in Asian American & Pacific Studies offers the study of Asian and Pacific Island cultures. The major is designed for students seeking to either complement their studies of other civilizations and cultures, or to pursue graduate study, travel, foreign service, or international business. It is structured to provide an understanding of the social, political, and cultural aspects of Asia and the Pacific through courses in Asian and Pacific history, politics, art, literature, language, popular culture and philosophy.
The Bachelor of Arts in Chicana and Chicano Studies places emphasis on critical thinking and research, promoting the greater understanding and awareness of Chicana/o community needs and circumstances. The curriculum examines the contributions of Chicano/as and other indigenous groups to the total development of the American Southwest or Greater Mexico. Students can enter careers working in minority affairs, public policy, immigration affairs, community organization, performing arts, bilingual and cross-cultural education, business, and other related fields.
The Bachelor of Arts in Film & Television Production in the Digital Media Arts Department is a hands-on, professionally-oriented program geared for students who want marketable job skills for careers in film, television, and related media industries. Students write, create, produce, direct, and edit their own film features, television documentaries, music videos, instructional films, television public service announcements, and a variety of client-based projects for nonprofit organizations, community groups, and corporate partners. This hands-on program emphasizes a cinematography approach using professional-level cameras, microphones, lighting, and digital video editing. The curriculum provides students the opportunity to apply their skills to produce a variety of professional-quality film and television products.
This master's program of art has 7 courses, seminar and thesis.
(Hons) Interior Design at Regent's University London allows you to gain a deep understanding of built spaces and to design for people and their needs. You'll learn to exercise your creativity and design spaces that improve the lives of the people who use them.
The (Hons) Interior Design with Integrated Foundation with Integrated Foundation atRegent's University London is designed for those who do not meet the requirements for direct entry to the BA (Hons) Interior Design. It includes one year of studies at the foundation level and then a further three years at BA level.
In an increasingly complex modern world, you need a (Hons) Liberal Studies (Art History) degree atRegent's University London that allows you to pursue your interests, while broadening your horizons.