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We offer three different "tracks" for our Great Books Program. Please choose one of these tracks.

  • High School Track: $995 per year ($497.50 with family discount)
  • College Credit Track: $2999 per year ($1497.50 with family discount)
  • Associate’s Degree Track: $3250 per year ($2700 with family discount)
We offer a payment plan option. This option has a one-time $25 fee which will show up only on your first month’s invoice.

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Moderns Year High School Track

Course Objective: To familiarize students with the great ideas contained in the original works written by the most influential authors in the Enlightenment to the Modern Era, from Locke through De Tocqueville and the American Federalist papers and Constitution, which are foundational to the ongoing dialogue of Western civilization (see course syllabus for specific titles studied). Authors of the works studied this semester include: Shakespeare (4 Great Tragedies and the Tempest), Moliere, Racine, Swift, Locke, Hume, Rousseau, Hamilton, Adams, Jefferson, De Tocqueville, Mill, Austen, Kant, Goethe, Hegel, Tolstoy, Dostoevsky, Smith, Marx, Lincoln, Thoreau, Twain, Darwin, Orwell, Einstein, Cather.
Moderns Year College Credit Track

Course Objective: To familiarize students with the great ideas contained in the original works written by the most influential authors in the Enlightenment to the Modern Era, from Locke through De Tocqueville and the American Federalist papers and Constitution, which are foundational to the ongoing dialogue of Western civilization (see course syllabus for specific titles studied). Authors of the works studied this semester include: Shakespeare (4 Great Tragedies and the Tempest), Moliere, Racine, Swift, Locke, Hume, Rousseau, Hamilton, Adams, Jefferson, De Tocqueville, Mill, Austen, Kant, Goethe, Hegel, Tolstoy, Dostoevsky, Smith, Marx, Lincoln, Thoreau, Twain, Darwin, Orwell, Einstein, Cather.
Moderns Year Associate's Degree Track

Course Objective: To familiarize students with the great ideas contained in the original works written by the most influential authors in the Enlightenment to the Modern Era, from Locke through De Tocqueville and the American Federalist papers and Constitution, which are foundational to the ongoing dialogue of Western civilization (see course syllabus for specific titles studied). Authors of the works studied this semester include: Shakespeare (4 Great Tragedies and the Tempest), Moliere, Racine, Swift, Locke, Hume, Rousseau, Hamilton, Adams, Jefferson, De Tocqueville, Mill, Austen, Kant, Goethe, Hegel, Tolstoy, Dostoevsky, Smith, Marx, Lincoln, Thoreau, Twain, Darwin, Orwell, Einstein, Cather.
MODERNS YEAR: Study Guide for the First Semester Moderns Year
Price: $49.95

Highly recommended for use during our Great Books Program.
MODERNS YEAR: Study Guide for the Second Semester Moderns Year
Price: $49.95

Highly recommended for use during our Great Books Program.
   
 
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