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DEPARTMENT of  HONORARY DOCTORAL DEGREE  ACCREDITATION

Harvest Christian University's Department of Honorary Doctoral Degree Accreditation (DHDDA) is a distinguished program that offers honorary doctoral accreditation to individuals allowing them to carry and accredited credential from HCU.

The university, founded in 2010 and located in Dallas, Texas, is a royal accredited post-secondary institution that bestows honorary doctoral accreditation to individuals who have demonstrated exceptional achievement in various fields. They must carry an  Honorary Doctorate Degree from Harvest Christian University awarded to them who have made significant contributions aligned with the university's core principles of furthering serving people.

 

Harvest Christian University bestows honorary doctoral degrees to various individuals recognizing exceptional achievement in fields such as the creative and humanities, social sciences, public service, business, and more.

The DHDDA Membership accreditation is required and supervised by Harvest Christian University's Department of Honorary Degree Accreditation.  No credit will be given from other schools or credentials. The university's recommendations and nominations for this prestigious recognition, subject to the criteria established by the Alumni Relations .

 

The Department of Honorary Degree Accreditation at Harvest Christian University reserves the right to revoke accreditation for breach of the Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) signed between parties. All issues related to breaches, complaints, and revocations will be contractually handled through the school's arbitration process. The revocation of honorary degrees is a significant decision that requires adherence to specific policies and procedures. Recipients will be notified in writing of the institution's decision to revoke their previously awarded degree.

 

The accreditation guidelines and process for the Honorary Doctoral Degree Accreditation program are designed to recognize exceptional achievement in various areas, aligning with the university's core principles of furthering the gospel and serving people. The program bestows honorary doctoral accreditation to churches, seminaries, ministries, colleges, universities, and institutions of higher learning, acknowledging outstanding contributions in fields such as the creative and humanities, social sciences, public service, business, and more.

The accreditation process involves the submission of recommendations and nominations for individuals or institutions that have made notable contributions. Each applicant must meet the criteria established by the university's Board of Regents/Trustees. The accreditation membership is required and supervised by the university's Department of Honorary Degree Accreditation.

The decision to revoke an honorary degree is typically based on documented evidence of unethical or immoral behavior or activity that is contrary to the values and mission of the university. The revocation process is governed by specific policies and may involve arbitration in the event of disputes or breaches

. The revocation of honorary degrees is a serious matter and is usually considered in cases of academic misconduct, illegal activity, ethical reasons, or behavior that is inconsistent with the values and mission of the awarding institution

 

 

Outline of Harvest Christian University's Department of Honorary Doctoral Accreditation.

  1. What is Honorary Accreditation?

    • Harvest Christian University (HCU) offers an Honorary Doctoral Degree Accreditation program through its Department of Honorary Doctoral Degree Accreditation (DHDDA).

    • The program bestows honorary doctoral accreditation to individuals who aspire to institutions of higher learning.

  2. Why Accreditation?

    • The program aims to acknowledge outstanding accomplishments and uphold the institution's mission and values, which are centered on furthering the serving people.

    • It serves as a means to acknowledge singular accomplishments and to draw positive attention to the university as an institution that respects and encourages such achievements.

  3. How to Qualify

    • Qualification criteria are established by the

    • Department's Board of Trustees.

    • The Honorary Doctorate is awarded to individuals or institutions that have made significant contributions aligned with the university's core principles.

  4. Accreditation Process

    • The accreditation process involves the submission of recommendations and nominations for individuals or institutions that have made notable contributions.

    • Each applicant must meet the criteria established by the university's Board of Trustees.

  5. Accreditation Guidelines

    • The program's accreditation guidelines are designed to recognize exceptional achievement in various areas, aligning with the university's core principles.

    • The accreditation membership is required and supervised by the university's Department of Honorary Degree Accreditation.

This outline provides an overview of HCU's Honorary Doctoral Accreditation program, including its purpose, qualification criteria, and the accreditation process

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DEPARTMENT of  EXTENSION CAMPUS  ACCREDITATION

DECA

Harvest Christian University's Department of Extension Campus Accreditation (DECA) is a distinguished program that offers accreditation to church ministries, schools, and seminaries, the status of extension campus through Harvest Christian University.

 

The university, founded in 2010 and located in Dallas, Texas, is a royal accredited post-secondary institution that bestows honorary degrees to individuals who have demonstrated exceptional achievement in various fields. The  University's Extension Campus Program began in 2021 as it began to open and expand to  meet the the growing need of education.

Harvest Christian University through accredited extension campuses, intends to  expand and extend its programs and opportunities to help struggling  schools, seminaries, colleges, and institutions of higher education. 

The DECA membership and accreditation is required and supervised by Harvest Christian  University.

 

The Department of Extension Campus Accreditation at Harvest Christian University reserves the right to revoke accreditation for breach of the Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) signed between parties. All issues related to breaches, complaints, and revocations will be contractually handled through the school's arbitration process. The revocation of accreditations  is a significant decision that requires adherence to specific policies and procedures. Recipients will be notified in writing of the institution's decision to revoke their previous accreditation.

The accreditation process involves the submission of recommendations and nominations for individuals or institutions that have made notable contributions. Each applicant must meet the criteria established by the university's Board of Regents/Trustees.

 The revocation process is governed by specific policies and may involve arbitration in the event of disputes or breaches. The accreditation revocation is a serious matter and is usually considered in cases of academic misconduct, illegal activity, ethical reasons, or behavior that is inconsistent with the values and mission of the awarding institution

 

          Outline of Harvest Christian University's Department of  Extension Campus Accreditation. ( DECA)

  1. What is A Campus Extension Accreditation?

    • Harvest Christian University (HCU) offers campus  Accreditations through (DECA).

    • Tis accreditation is extended to churches, seminaries, ministries, colleges, universities, and institutions of higher learning.

  1. Why Campus Accreditation?

    • The program aims to acknowledge outstanding accomplishments and uphold the institution's mission and values, which are centered on furthering the gospel and serving people and community.

    • It serves as a means to acknowledge singular accomplishments and to draw positive attention to the university as an institution that respects and encourages such achievements.

  1. How to Qualify

    • Qualification criteria are established by the

    • Department's Board of Trustees.

    • The accreditation is awarded to individuals or institutions that have made significant contributions aligned with the university's core principles.

  1. Accreditation Process

    • The accreditation process involves the submission of recommendations and nominations for individuals or institutions who seek to serve their community with Indigenous learning.

    • Each applicant must meet the criteria established by the university's Board of Trustees.

  1. Accreditation Guidelines

    • The program's accreditation guidelines are designed to recognize exceptional applicants in various areas, aligning with the university's core principles.

    • The accreditation  fee and membership is required and Extension Campus Accreditation.

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