10 Hilarious & Awesome College Courses You Can Take
Surviving the Coming Zombie Apocalypse: Disasters, Catastrophes, and Human Behavior
Michigan State University Online Course
In this online course, students will learn the many techniques and strategies of how to survive the apocalypse.
Popular Psychology in the World of Harry Potter
Colorado State University
For prerequisites, students must have taken General Psychology and read all seven books of the Harry Potter series.
This course covers 2 different histories; 1) the global history of portraiture in the arts 2) the modern idea of "everyday life" (i.e. the routine, the trivial, the unconscious)
How To Watch Television
Montclair State University
This course is about analyzing television in the ways and to the extent to which it needs to be understood by its audience. The aim is for students to critically evaluate the role and impact of television in their lives as well as in the life of the culture.
Rhode Island School of Design
This class takes an in depth look at the history and art of sexy, dirty and explicit photos.
Cornell Tree Climbing promotes safe and environmentally responsible tree climbing techniques for recreation, education, and research.
The Science of Super Heroes to Global Warming
University of California Irvine
This course explores how science works through case studies drawn from a wide spectrum of people's experience, for example superheros, movies, and real world issues such as global warming.
Topics in Comparative Media: American Pro Wrestling
This course explores the cultural history and media industry surrounding the masculine drama of professional wrestling. Beginning with it's roots in sport and carnival, the class examines how new technologies and changes in the television industry led to evolution for the pro wrestling style.
The Simpsons and Philosophy
The purpose of the course is to offer Berkeley students an introductory look into philosophy, provided in a uniquely fun and engaging way through The Simpsons.
Maple Syrup, The Real Thing
In this course students get to actually go through the process of making maple syrup. The class also explores topics such as U.S. and local history, environmental science, business and economics, storytelling, and biology.