Harrison Middleton University believes that the study of the liberal arts is both timeless and timely because it focuses on the persisting questions of human existence and bears directly on the problems we face today. At a time when more and more adults are recognizing the benefits of lifelong learning, the Great Books of the Western World provides the medium in which to search for fundamental knowledge and unifying ideas.
Harrison Middleton University is a great books, great ideas, great conversations, distance learning university that offers undergraduate and graduate education in the humanities with concentrations in imaginative literature, natural science, philosophy and religion, and social science.
Harrison Middleton University promotes student-faculty scholarship through research, discussion, and the development of collaborative publications.
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Upcoming Event: Please join us for the next Quarterly discussions scheduled for Thursday, July 18th and Saturday, July 20th. The July Quarterly Discussions will focus on Social Science. The readings will be a selection of Thucydides' The History of the Peloponnesian War and a selection from R.H. Tawney's The Acquisitive Society. The readings for these discussions will be provided. If you are interested in participating in either of these discussions or would like more information please email Alissa Simon (email@example.com).
HMU News: Please join Harrison Middleton University tutors and staff as we congratulate our first two Doctor of Arts degree program graduates!
Alan Pew designed his 48 credit hours (of 60 credit hours) studying the following Great Ideas: education, science, will, law, medicine, mind, good and evil, happiness, love, duty, virtue and vice, punishment, emotion, logic, knowledge, immortality, life and death which culminated in a capstone project titled, "Penalize Their Crime, but Honor Their Service: Enhancing Reintegration Prospects of Incarcerated Veterans by Increasing Participation in Education Programming."
Gary Lockard designed his 48 credit hours (of 60 credit hours) studying the following Great Ideas: citizen, democracy, war and peace which culminated in a capstone project titled, "Manifesto of the Congress for the Liberation of American Society Humanely (CLASH)."
We are proud to recognize the hard work, accomplishment, and dedication of these two outstanding students and wish them all the best in their future endeavors.
HMU Press Release: Harrison Middleton University earned continued accreditation from the Distance Education and Training Council (DETC - www.detc.org). At its January 11, 2013 meeting, the Accrediting Commission of the Distance Education and Training Council approved continued accreditation, with no conditions, of Harrison Middleton University through January 2018. Please take time to read the Press Release.
HMU News: Check out DETC's Outstanding Graduate and Famous Alumni publication featuring Harrison Middleton University's 2013 Outstanding Graduate. Congratulations to all the 2013 outstanding graduates and famous alumni!
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