Harrison Middleton University offers continuing education units for courses and programs from the following partner organizations. Applicants for CEUs will be asked to provide a certificate of completion for the course(s) taken. The course(s) length and content will be assessed by Harrison Middleton University before units are awarded.
In addition to offering CEU's for programs from the following organizations, HMU faculty and tutors also participate in their events and programs.
The Great Books Foundation
The Great Books Foundation is an independent, non-profit educational organization whose mission is to provide people of all ages with the opportunity to read, discuss, and learn from outstanding works of literature. Founded in 1947 by Robert Maynard Hutchins, then president of the University of Chicago, and philosopher and scholar Mortimer Adler, the Foundation was established to encourage lifelong learning for all citizens. As part of a grass-roots movement to promote continuing education beyond the classroom, the Foundation aimed to provide opportunities for all Americans to participate in a "Great Conversation" of some of the world's best writing. Visit The Great Books Foundation website.
Because discussion is the heart of the curriculum at Harrison Middleton University, the university supports The Great Books Foundation and has collaborated on the publication of several of its anthologies.
Classical Pursuits offers a variety of learning vacations here and abroad for adults to share their ideas about great works of literature, art, and music in a relaxed and informal setting. Classical Pursuits works closely with The Great Books Foundation in Chicago, Illinois. The Great Books Foundation provides many discussion leaders for Classical Pursuits learning vacations and offers continuing guidance on how to more meaningfully read and discuss books. Visit the Classical Pursuits website.
Great Discourses combines time-tested texts and teaching methodologies with modern, cutting-edge technologies to provide faculty-led Great Books Socratic Method discussion courses of exceptional quality, both online and in person.
Great Discourses faculty-led Great Books Socratic Method discussion courses for adults are designed and taught by professional instructors to facilitate students’ critical, collaborative, first-hand engagement with one or more classic texts from the Western and World traditions. Every course is intended to help participants develop a deeper understanding both of the focal text(s) and of themselves — as well of the world of which the text(s) and they are a part. Visit the Great Discourses website.
Originally organized by the National Wildlife Federation, Family Nature Summits is continuing this 40+ year old tradition as a conservation and nature-oriented conference to educate attendees and help us be good stewards of the Earth.
Courses provided by the following agencies will also be considered for continuing education units.
Great Books Regional Council Events: For more information click on a link.
For further information, please contact Rebecca Fisher, Dean of Continuing Education, at firstname.lastname@example.org
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