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Higher EducationStudent Handbook2021-2022

The Higher Education Department (HED) Student Handbook provides admitted students withpolicies and procedures to assist them as they progress through the requirements of MorgridgeCollege of Education (MCE) degrees and certificates. In addition to our Department handbook,the student should become familiar with the Academic Policies and Procedures in the GraduateBulletin and the MCE Policies and Procedures. Although every effort has been made to ensureagreement among these documents, it is the student's responsibility to read the norms andrequirements regarding degree programs in all documents and to complete various programsteps in a timely fashion.The policies listed on the MCE website and the content of this handbook provide additionalpolicy and procedure information specifically affecting Morgridge College of Education studentsand may be more stringent than the policies outlined in the Graduate Bulletin. All college andprogram policies which are considered the minimum requirements for all members of theuniversity community are administered under the Graduate Bulletin. The University of Denverreserves the right to make changes in the regulations, rules, fees or other aspects of the policymanual without advance notice.The University of Denver and its programs are accredited by the Higher Learning Commission ofthe North Central Association of Colleges and Schools (HLC - NCA) and by other majoraccrediting agencies.The University of Denver is an Equal Opportunity Institution. It is the policy of the University notto discriminate in the admission of students, in the provision of services, or in employment onthe basis of race, ethnicity, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, marital status, veteranstatus, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, genetic information, or disability.The University prohibits all discrimination, harassment and retaliation, and complies with allapplicable federal, state and local laws, regulations and Executive Orders.Inquiries concerning allegations of discrimination based on any of the above factors may bereferred to the University of Denver Office of Equal Opportunity and Title IX, Mary ReedBuilding, Room 422, 2199 S. University Blvd., Denver, CO 80208. Phone: 303-871-7481. Fax:303-871-3656. For more information, please call the above number or see the website at EqualOpportunity & Title IX Home University of Denver (du.edu) You may also contact the Office ofEqual Opportunity and Title IX with concerns regarding determinations of religiousaccommodations. For disability accommodations and/or issues about access, see this website .HIGHER EDUCATION DEPARTMENT HANDBOOK 2021-2022Page 2

TABLE OF CONTENTSWELCOME TO HIGHER EDUCATION — FROM THE DEPARTMENT CHAIR . 5Higher Education Department Mission Statement. 6Higher Education Department Overview. 6Higher Education Department Policies, Resources, and Expectations . 7HIGHER EDUCATION DEPARTMENT FACULTY AND STAFF . 12DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY (PHD) DEGREE REQUIREMENTS . 13Required Degree Components, PhD . 13The Internship Requirement . 13The PhD Comprehensive Examination . 15Comprehensive Examination Results. 16Degree Completion Requirement, PhD . 16The Dissertation Proposal. 16The Dissertation . 17Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) Coursework Plan 2021-22 . 18DOCTOR OF EDUCATION (EDD) DEGREE REQUIREMENTS . 21Required Degree Components, EdD . 21The Optional Internship . 21The EdD Comprehensive Examination . 22Comprehensive Examination Results, EdD . 23Degree Completion Requirement, EdD . 23The Dissertation in Practice (DiP) . 24Doctor of Education (EdD) Coursework Plan 2021-22 . 27ADDITIONAL DEGREE COMPLETION INFORMATION, EDD AND PHD . 29Office of Research Integrity and Education . 29University Continuous Enrollment (CE) Policy . 29HIGHER EDUCATION DEPARTMENT HANDBOOK 2021-2022Page 3

Final Steps for Earning the Doctoral Degree . 30MASTER OF ARTS DEGREE REQUIREMENTS . 31Required Degree Components . 31Internship Requirement . 33Degree Completion Requirement – the Reflective ePortfolio . 34Master of Arts Coursework Plan 2021-22 . 35ETHICAL CODES AND PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS (ASHE) . 37HIGHER EDUCATION DEPARTMENT HANDBOOK 2021-2022Page 4

WELCOME TO HIGHER EDUCATION — FROM THE DEPARTMENT CHAIRWelcome to the Higher Education Department (HED) in the Morgridge College of Education(MCE) at the University of Denver! After a tumultuous 16 months mired in a global healthcrisis and the ongoing crises of racial injustice, the crumbling social safety net, and equityissues in higher education, I am sure we are eager to come back together in more familiarforms of community. Yet, there are important lessons learned in periods of crisis and anguish. Iencourage us all to hold on to those lessons and continue to incorporate them in our lives, ourwork, and our schooling moving forward.For those of you who are new to the DU HED community, I welcome you and join you in wideeyed awe at all the new that we will learn together. For those who are continuing, yourexperience in HED and at DU may have never looked any different than it was last year. So thisyear will be a significant transition for you also as you adjust to what others might call“normal,” but is quite new for you. Together, as a community, we will embrace all the change,supporting each other to reach toward the new and revisioning the old with our values as aHED community in mind.Many things distinguish the HED PhD, EdD and MA degree programs: outstanding faculty, afocus on access and success, a critical examination of higher education organizations andsystems, a foundation in Inclusive Excellence (www.aacu.org), and the supportive nature of ourcommunity. Fundamental to the department’s success are its outstanding students – aphenomenal group of engaged emerging scholars and experienced leaders in postsecondaryeducation. Professional relationships developed through HED will be rewarding and long-term.This handbook provides detailed information about HED degree programs. Please review all theinformation contained herein. The Office of Graduate Education (OGE) at DU will use thecourse requirements outlined in this Handbook when it reviews transcripts prior to graduation.Students will want to work closely with their assigned HED advisor to ensure that all programrequirements are met. It is important to be aware, though, that students are ultimatelyresponsible for knowing and understanding the contents of this Handbook, as well as thepolicies outlined in the Graduate Policies and Procedures and the MCE Policies and Procedures.Please know that all of us in HED are here to make your academic experiences at DUworthwhile, intellectually challenging, and professionally gratifying. Speaking on behalf of theentire HED Faculty, we look forward to working with you!Respectfully,D-L Stewart, PhDProfessor and Department Chair, Higher EducationHIGHER EDUCATION DEPARTMENT HANDBOOK 2021-2022Page 5

Higher Education Department Mission StatementThe Higher Education Department's mission is three-fold,1. To conduct equity-based research about persistent and/or timely problems facingpostsecondary education;2. To prepare social justice professionals for careers in postsecondary education related toadministration, policy, teaching, and research, as well as careers in public and privateagencies of higher education, for-profit and not-for-profit settings, and in a diverse andchanging world; and3. To provide meaningful service to the University of Denver and broader Colorado communityin matters pertaining to postsecondary education, especially related to equity, diversity,and social justice.The Higher Education Department is an “Inclusive Excellence Unit” (www.aacu.org ) andsupports the concept that inclusiveness and excellence are one and the same. That is, studentsand instructors from diverse social and cultural backgrounds who become part of theDepartment bring unique gifts, talents, and experiences that make tremendous contributions tothe teaching, learning, and climate of the Higher Education Department.Higher Education Department OverviewColleges and universities all over the world face multiple challenges. These institutions needenlightened leaders and faculty who can guide various external audiences and internalconstituencies toward new educational solutions to societal challenges. Our degrees providestudents opportunities to study various subjects in the field of higher education, providing deepresearch-based understandings across a breadth of postsecondary education concerns.Higher Education Course DescriptionsDegree requirements and course descriptions can be found on the Higher Education page ofthe Graduate Bulletin.SeminarsA unique Higher Education Seminar (HED 4294) series is offered each year, giving students anopportunity to participate in a course where faculty members bring in their current research,expertise, and/or a topic within the field to be explored in greater depth. Seminar courses have alimited enrollment of 12 students, and offer a space to explore new theoretical, methodological, andpedagogical innovations. Most seminars are restricted to doctoral students however, at least oneseminar per year will be designated as open to all HED students. With special permission from theinstructor and advisor, MA students might also be permitted to enroll in other,doctoral-restricted,seminars.Higher Education Department Student ReviewStudent progress is monitored both during and at the end of each quarter by Departmentfaculty. Students who are not making satisfactory progress in their respective program will berequired to meet with their advisor and/or the Department Chair. The goal of the meeting willbe to assist and support students and identify a plan of action toward continuousHIGHER EDUCATION DEPARTMENT HANDBOOK 2021-2022Page 6

improvement and success.Higher Education Department Policies, Resources, and ExpectationsHigher Education Department Grade RequirementsCredits carrying below a grade of "B-" will not be accepted by the Department as meetingdegree requirements. In addition, any student whose overall grade point average falls below a3.0 will be warned, put on probation, suspended or dismissed.Honor Code/Academic IntegrityAll work submitted must be your own and produced exclusively for your respective course,culminating project, dissertation in practice, or dissertation. The use of sources (ideas,quotations, paraphrases) must be properly acknowledged and documented. For theconsequences of violating the Academic Misconduct policy, refer to the University of Denverwebsite on the Honor Code (www.du.edu/honorcode). See alsohttp://www.du.edu/studentconduct for general information about conduct expectations fromthe Office of Student Conduct.Accommodations for Differently-Abled IndividualsIf you qualify for academic accommodations because of a disability or medical issue, pleasesubmit a Faculty Letter from Disability Services Program (DSP) in a timely manner so that yourneeds may be addressed. DSP is located on the 4th floor of Katherine A. Ruffatto Hall; 1999 E.Evans Ave.; Tel. 303.871/ 2372 / 2278/ 7432. Information is also available online athttp://www.du.edu/disability/dsp, see the Handbook for Students with Disabilities.Attendance, Preparation and Participation PolicyOnline CoursesThe format of online courses may be slightly different from what you are accustomed to,so please read the following information very closely. This document covers courses deliveredentirely online. There will be both “synchronous” (live) and “asynchronous” (on your owntime) components of the course. Synchronous component: We will meet via the Zoom platform one time per week at[time] in order to hold “live” (synchronous) class sessions. These meetingsare required, and attendance will be taken.o Please note that all times are noted in Mountain Standard Time (MST). You areresponsible for calculating any time zone differences if you are away from campusand making sure that you make it into our online Zoom classroom on time.o Students who miss more than two class meetings may have their final gradedocked by one letter grade. It is the responsibility of the student to contact theinstructor if you are going to miss class.Asynchronous component: You may also have required course components such as: pre-HIGHER EDUCATION DEPARTMENT HANDBOOK 2021-2022Page 7

recorded lectures, podcasts, readings and activities that you are expected tocomplete before synchronous sessions every week. These will all be made available toyou via the Canvas platform and should be organized into weekly modules.Required TechnologiesHED courses will use the following technologies extensively. Please prepare accordingly. Canvas: All course materials and asynchronous work will be available throughCanvas. Please be sure that you can access Canvas, and that all announcements andemails that are sent through Canvas are getting to an inbox that you checkregularly.o 24/7 Technical support for Canvas: 1-855-712-9770o : Our synchronous class sessions will be held via Zoom. Zoom is an interfacefor creating real-time meetings online. Please be sure to download Zoom prior toyour first live session and test it to be sure it is working.o 24/7 Technical support for Zoom: 888-799-9666, Ext 2o https://otl.du.edu/academic-technology/zoom/ Zoom EtiquetteThe Higher Education department strongly encourages you to use your video whenparticipating in Zoom classes. We recognize that it is not always possible to include video,though it is appropriate to encourage its use when possible. To protect one’s privacy, manypeople choose to use an alternate background for zoom versus their real-time background.This is acceptable; however, please keep in mind not all platforms have this feature. Pleasealso select an innocuous and non-offensive background if you choose this option. Illicit,exploitive, or otherwise inappropriate content is prohibited.We are aware that everyone comes from different circumstances and upbringings. We are alsoaware that "professional etiquette" is informed by values that are, at times, exclusive ofcertain communities. (Example: expecting you to have access to a dedicated workspace wherethere will be no noise distractions.) We will work to develop our shared expectations withZoom together as a class.All students are expected to abide by the Student Conduct Policies associated with the HonorCode regardless of whether students are on-campus or learning remotely through an onlinelearning platform. These relevant Student Conduct Policies are including but not limited toImpediment and Violation of Professional Standards as defined under Academic Integrity (A.6.and A.8, respectively), Harassment (F) Interference (H), Non-compliance (I), Provocation (L)from the Students Rights and Responsibilities Section. Students who violate this policy will bereported to The Office of Student Rights & Responsibilities and may be subject to both legalsanctions for violations of copyright law and disciplinary action under Student Rights &Responsibilities Policies.HIGHER EDUCATION DEPARTMENT HANDBOOK 2021-2022Page 8

Basic Needs SecurityAny student who faces challenges securing their food or housing and believes this may affecttheir performance in the course is urged to contact the Office of Student Outreach andSupport for resources and support at 303.871.2400 or mmunicationsEmail will be the primary mode for out-of-class communication. Generally, students can expecta response within 48 hours, Monday-Friday. Students are encouraged to seek out facultymembers during scheduled office hours or by appointment.Course ChangesThe instructor reserves the right to alter information in their syllabus as needed to accuratelyreflect the course coverage and to enhance the learning outcomes of the course. When or ifchanges are necessary, they will be announced in advance and students will have appropriatetime to make schedule adjustments. Any anticipated changes will be discussed with the classfor input and as part of the decision-making process; however, final decisions about changesare the responsibility of the instructor.Inclusive Learning EnvironmentsWe will work together to develop a learning community that is inclusive and respectful. Ourdiversity may be reflected by differences in race, ethnicity, culture, gender, language, age,religion, sexual orientation, socioeconomic background, and myriad other social identities andlife experiences. The goal of inclusiveness, in a diverse community, encourages andappreciates expressions of different ideas, opinions, and beliefs, so that conversations andinteractions that could potentially be divisive turn instead into opportunities for intellectualand personal enrichment.A dedication to inclusiveness requires respecting what others say, their right to say it, and thethoughtful consideration of others’ communication. Both speaking up and listening arevaluable tools for furthering thoughtful, enlightening dialogue. Respecting one another’sindividual differences is critical in transforming a collection of diverse individuals into aninclusive, collaborative and excellent learning community. Our core commitment shapes ourcore expectation for behavior inside and outside of the classroom.Gender NeutralityThis department supports elective gender pronoun use and self-identification. As courseassignments include group work and in-class discussion, it is vitally important for us to createan educational environment of inclusion and mutual respect.Land AcknowledgmentThe Higher Education Department recognizes that the University of Denver resides on thetraditional territories of the Arapaho, the Cheyenne, and the Ute. The Treaty of Fort Laramie(1851 and 1861) and Cessation 426 within the treaties of Confederated Tribes of Arapaho andHIGHER EDUCATION DEPARTMENT HANDBOOK 2021-2022Page 9

Cheyenne are examples of how US federal policy disrupted these Indigenous nations from theirhomeland. DU has a troubling history with Indigenous communities and the universityacknowledges that John Evans, DU founder, was culpable in the events leading up to the SandCreek Massacre. With that knowledge in mind, it is with much gratitude that we recognize thedescendant communities of the Northern Cheyenne Tribe of Montana, the Northern ArapahoTribe of Wyoming, and the Southern Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes of Oklahoma.Throughout time, over 100 different tribal nations have a history of occupying the lands nowdefined as the State of Colorado. It is important to emphasize that the lands we occupy continueto be held in stewardship by these Indigenous communities. Finally, it is important to criticallyreflect upon and personally reconcile how the aforementioned genocidal acts against Indigenouscommunities intersect with our learning and collaboration around the study of higher education.To learn more about DU’s recognition and reconciliation of their involvement in the Sand CreekMassacre, please review the John Evan’s report etteAside from fully online courses, the Higher Education Department will, on occasion, hostclasses or meetings in a virtual setting to accommodate students and faculty. When thisoccurs, it is important for students to remember “netiquette,” or the norms and behaviorsassociated with being in a virtual space. When participating in a virtual classroom it isimportant to remember that you are still in a class. With that being said, treat the space in thesame way you would in person. Please be cognizant of your clothing, the background andnoise. Also, when not speaking, remember to mute yourself so as to not distract others, beaware that people can still see you (no eye-rolling) and try to limit excessive movements.Religious AccommodationsUniversity policy grants students excused absences from class or other organized activities forobservance of religious holy days, unless the accommodation would create an undue hardship.Faculty are asked to be responsive to requests when students contact them in advance torequest such an excused absence. Students are responsible for completing assignments givenduring their absence but should be given an opportunity to make up work missed because ofreligious observance.Title IXGender violence can happen to anyone regardless of race, class, age, appearance, genderidentity, or sexual orientation. The University of Denver is committed to providing anenvironment free of discrimination on the basis of sex (gender), including sexual misconduct,sexual assault, relationship violence, and stalking. The Center for Advocacy, Prevention andEmpowerment (CAPE) provides programs and resources to help promote healthyrelationships, teach non-violence and equality, and foster a respectful and safe environmentfor all members of the University of Denver community. All services are confidential and freeof charge. Please visit pe/ for moreinformation.HIGHER EDUCATION DEPARTMENT HANDBOOK 2021-2022Page 10

Use of Technology in the ClassroomAccess to the Internet can be a valuable aid to the classroom learning environment. You maybe encouraged to use a laptop, smart phone, or other device to explore concepts related tocourse discussions and in-class activity. Keep in mind, however, that these technologies can bedistracting – not only for you, but to others in the class. Please avoid the temptation of socialmedia, texting, or other off-topic diversions.Probation and DismissalStudents who do not adhere to University/MCE/program policies may be placed on probationand may be dismissed from the program. While such instances are rare, should they occur,students will be contacted by their advisor and informed specifically and in writing of issuesand concerns regarding academic progress or attendance, interpersonal or practiceeffectiveness, professionalism, safety concerns, disruption of student learning, and/or ethicalviolations. Students will be asked to respond to these concerns personally and in writing.Decisions regarding probation or dismissal will be made by the department chair and theappropriate faculty in consultation with the MCE Dean. All pertinent information regarding thebasis for such decisions will be disclosed to the student in a timely manner. See the Standardsof Professional Behavior in the MCE and MCE General Academic Probation and Dismissalprotocols under Student Responsibilities for additional b44cHIGHER EDUCATION DEPARTMENT HANDBOOK 2021-2022Page 11

HIGHER EDUCATION DEPARTMENT FACULTY AND STAFFThe Higher Education Department faculty is committed to working closely with students tofacilitate their academic progress. As part of this process, the faculty regularly reviews allstudents’ work to assess their progress. Assessment is based on a review of course work,independent work, and other relevant criteria. In addition, in order for students’ knowledge tobe current, and to pursue research on timely problems that will advance the field, it is expectedthat all students will make steady progress toward completion of degree requirements. Facultybios can be found on the MCE website.Todd Adams, PhDHigher Education Dept.Affiliate FacultyVice Chancellor of Student AffairsEmail: Todd.Adams@du.eduWilliam Cross Jr., PhDClinical Professor, EmeritusPhone: 303-871-4592William.Cross@du.eduKara DugganAcademic Services AssociatePhone: 303-871-7013Kara.Duggan@du.eduRyan Evely Gildersleeve, PhDProfessor andAssociate DeanPhone: 303-871-4573Ryan.Gildersleeve@du.eduSarah Hurtado, PhDAssistant ProfessorPhone: 303-871-4624Sarah.Hurtado@du.eduAnna MilliesAcademic Services AssociatePhone: 303-871-2494Anna.Millies@du.eduHIGHER EDUCATION DEPARTMENT HANDBOOK 2021-2022Christine Nelson, PhDAssistant ProfessorPhone: 303-871-2487Christine.Nelson@du.eduMike Hoa Nguyen, PhDAssistant ProfessorPhone: 303-871-7676Mike.Nguyen@du.eduCecilia M. Orphan, PhDAssociate ProfessorPhone: 303-871-3619Cecilia.Orphan@du.eduLaura Sponsler, PhDClinical Associate ProfessorPhone: 303-871-2720Laura.Sponsler@du.eduD-L Stewart, PhDProfessor andHigher Education Department ChairPhone: 303-871Email:Michele Tyson, EdDClinical Assistant ProfessorPhone: 303-871-2255Michele.Tyson@du.eduPage 12

DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY (PHD) DEGREE REQUIREMENTSPhD students gain knowledge through coursework and demonstrate competence through thesuccessful oral defense of the doctoral comprehensive exam (also known as the preliminaryoral examination) and the completion of the dissertation.The Higher Education page of the Graduate Bulletin contains all degree course requirementsunder the Program of Study tab. Course descriptions are found under the Course Descriptiontab. Specific course requirements and elective course options can be found in the courseworkplan document that follows. Course substitutions are allowed only with advisor approval on thecourse substitution form. The completed form is submitted to the department AcademicService Associate (ASA) along with an updated and signed coursework plan.Transfer CreditsUp to 15 transfer credits may be approved if they have not been counted toward a previousdegree. During the first quarter of study, requests will be submitted to the advisor fordepartment approval before being sent to the Office of Graduate Education for consideration.Grade RequirementsStudents must receive a B- or better in coursework for it to be counted toward the degree. Agrade-point average of 3.0 or better must be maintained throughout the degree.Required Degree Components, PhDI. Research Courses .38 crIncluded in this category are 6 credits of HED Research Experience which can be satisfiedthrough any combination of the following, with the approval of the advisor:a. Independent study (HED 5991) that focuses on research methodology or researchpractice.b. HED 4216: Research Processesc. Additional Research Methods & Statistics (or related) courseworkd. Internship experiences wherein research practice is a primary component of theinternship (e.g., institutional r

HIGHER EDUCATION DEPARTMENT HANDBOOK 2021-2022 Page 7 . improvement and success. Higher Education Department Policies, Resources, and Expectations . Higher Education Department Grade Requirements . Credits carrying below a grade of "B-" will not be accepted by the Department as meeting degree requirements.

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