Harrison Middleton University

Harrison Middleton University is a distance learning institution of higher education, offering undergraduate and graduate programs in the humanities with emphases in natural science, social science, imaginative literature, and philosophy & religion. The university seeks to immerse its students in the greatest books and best ideas of western civilization.

Harrison Middleton University, headquartered in Tempe, Arizona, is affiliated with the Great Books Foundation, and is nationally accredited by the Distance Education and Training Council (DETC).

Unlike most colleges and universities that require students to follow a rigid curriculum, Harrison Middleton University provides it students the opportunity to personally design their own program of study. In fact, Middleton encourages students to become involved in the design of their curriculum. They believe that students who are invested in their education become more involved in their education also become invested in the outcome. General education requirements (24-30 credit hours) include courses natural science, literature, religion and philosophy, or social science.

Harrison Middletone University offers the following degrees and programs.

  • Associate of Arts in Humanities
  • Bachelor of Arts in Humanities
  • Bachelor of Imaginative Literature
  • Bachelor of Natural Science
  • Bachelor of Philosophy and Religion
  • Bachelor of Social Science
  • Bachelor of Arts in Education
  • Bachelor of Science in Education
  • Master of Arts in Humanities
  • Master of Arts in Imaginative Literature
  • Master of Arts in Natural Science
  • Master of Natural Science
  • Master of Arts in Philosophy and Religion
  • Master of Arts in Social Science
  • Master of Arts in Jurisprudence
  • Master of Arts in Education
  • Doctor of Arts
  • Doctor of Education

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