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Honoris Causa Doctorate Programs



WHAT IS AN HONORIS CAUSA DOCTORATE?

The Honoris Causa Doctorates granted by the Walker University represent an award of great prestige, bringing recognition to individuals' successful accomplishments, granting full rights to bear the title "Doctor" (Dr.).
They have not any academic or administrative value, they don't entitle the recipient to sit for any State examination or to be in the different category registers.



WHO CAN BENEFIT FROM A "DOCTOR" HONORARY TITLE?

The following individuals can benefit from the honoraray title of "Doctor":
  • Every successful entrepreneur who has founded a business or who has been able to develop an already existing one.
  • Every executive manager who has had a great career.
  • Important preofessionals who have been seriously working in any job category (medical and legal sectors excluded) for long time.
  • Individuals regularly graduated by traditional universities who have gained a working experience in a field different from the academic course they attended and wish to improve their image in the specific sector.
  • People who had a great working experience and who can be able to show an excellent curriculum vitae in order to justify the activities they made.
  • Other persons who have been excellent persons in the cultural, sport and scientific world.




POLICIES AND PROCEDURES

HOW DO I GET A "DOCTOR" HONORARY TITLE FROM WALKER UNIVERSITY?


General Policy

Any person who will apply to Walker University - International Institute of Supplementary Education, must conduct itself at all times in a mature and responsible manner. The rights and property of all persons are to be respected regardless of the place and time. Failure of the adhere to this policy and the laws and regulations of the University and the city, State and Federal Government can result in appropiate disciplinary action.

Student Records and Confidentiality
The policy of the Walker University - International Institute of Supplementary Education, is intended to comply with the requirements of the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974, as amended (hereafter referred to as the "Act"). It is intended to serve as the written statement of policy and upon annual publication and dissemination as the notice of rights required by regulations implementing the Act (45 CFR Sections 99.5 e 99.6). Any provisions that maybe determined to be inconsistent with the provisions of the Act or any regulations promulgated thereunder then in that event the provisions of the Act and the regulations promulgated thereunder shall control.

Rights of Students
It is Walker University - International Institute of Supplementary Education policy to annually inform individuals of their rights under the Act and University policy and of their rights to file a complaint concerning any alleged failures by the University to comply with the requirements of the Act and of implementing regulations
   





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