Honorific Titles

 

The Logos has a University Curriculum evaluation system (Magna Cum Laude) which grants diplomas Honorary teacher, Honorary Master, teacher Emeritus, Merit and Honor and Doctor Honoris Causa.

 

Each proposal is evaluated by the Academic Council to study the social, professional and Academic of the person you want to get the titles.

 

The titles above have an administration fee, this fee is unique and is used for making and sending of documents.

Honor For Merit

Honor for Merit consists of a title of virtue given to people or organizations who have achieved public recognition of their activities. This recognition arises often in an ethical stance towards society, or at least to a relevant group of this.

 

The term can also be applied to military honors, for services rendered, victories in battles, exploits and (or) service time.

Commendations

Commendation was a benefit and an honor that was once granted to ecclesiastics and knights of military orders. They are Honorific titles, most often presented, without any payment.

The holder of a commendation is called a commander.

At Unilogos® we have introduced some commendations that pay homage to profiles of great renown.

Comendador Pedro

Comendador André

Comendador Tiago, the largest

Comendador João
Comendador Filipe

Comendador Bartolomeu

Comendador Tomé

Comendador Mateus

Comendador Tiago, the youngest

Comendador Tadeu

Comendador Simão, the Zelota or the Canaanite

Comendador Sigmund Freud
Comendador Lev Vygotsky

Comendador Huang Di 

Teacher Emeritus

Teacher Emeritus is a title conferred by an educational entity to its already retired teachers who have reached a high degree of projection in exercising its academic activity.

 

It is granted strictly to those professionals who have excelled in their area of expertise, relevance and / or magnitude of its production and scientific activity, enjoying great recognition by the academic community.

 

This is the highest honor existing today in academia.

Professor H.C.
Honoris Causa Teacher

Honoris causa, abbreviated as hc, is a Latin phrase (in Portuguese, "because of honor") used in honorary degrees granted by universities to eminent persons who are not necessarily suffering from a college degree but who have stood out in a given area (arts, sciences, philosophy, letters, promoting peace, humanitarian assistance etc.), for their good reputation, virtue, merit or service actions that transcend families, persons or institutions.

Philosophical and Historical Commendation

Doctor Honoris

Causa

Honoris causa, abbreviated as hc, is a Latin phrase (in Portuguese, "because of honor") used in honorary degrees granted by universities to eminent persons who are not necessarily suffering from a college degree but who have stood out in a given area (arts, sciences, philosophy, letters, promoting peace, humanitarian assistance etc.), for their good reputation, virtue, merit or service actions that transcend families, persons or institutions.

 

Historically, a doctor honoris causa (or doctor honoris causa) receive the same treatment and privileges as those who obtained an academic doctoral conventional way - unless otherwise stated.

 

The person receiving the title of "honorary doctorate" can use the abbreviation "Dr. hc". If you already have an academic doctorate degree, you can use the abbreviation "Dr. Dr. hc". The honorable person with more than one title of doctor honoris causa, you can use the abbreviation "Dr. hc mult." (Doctor honoris causa multiplex).

The documents are sent to the applicant's home is approved.

Diploma with record, Minutes of the approval by the academic council in a folder door rigid diplomas of high quality.

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