Academic Integrity

Integrity is loosely defined as an adherence to moral and ethical principles; soundness of moral character; and honesty. Academic integrity means honesty and responsibility in scholarship. Both are critical attributes that translate into one’s current and/or future vocation. How will you “achieve” and “maintain” Academic Integrity while in the Doctorate program? What does it look like at the doctoral level? How “does one ensure adherence to standards of integrity in their chosen vocation? _x000D_
Readings in Author Merida: pgs. 183–221 can be accessed at my account:_x000D_ login: password: Anewlynn2017_x000D_
Apa 7, Original, no plagiarism _x000D_
Must be at least 600 words. Reference page must have two peer reviewed. One biblical reference. All key components of the Discussion Board Forum prompt are answered in the thread._x000D_
Major points are supported by all of the following: _x000D_
Reading & Study materials;_x000D_
Pertinent, conceptual, or personal examples;_x000D_
Thoughtful analysis (considering assumptions, analyzing implications, and comparing/contrasting concepts);_x000D_
Two peer-reviewed source citations in current APA format, the text and the integration of one (1) biblical principle; and_x000D_
Post word count is up to +/- 10% of requirement_x000D_

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