At the University of Missouri in Columbia, non-English majors can take an in-depth look at the poetry of Jay Z and Kanye West. Find out what Yeezy really meant when he rapped, "Hurry up with my damn croissants!"
After a semester of "Introduction to Wines" at Cornell University, you'll be ready to impress your friends with pretentious comments about the 30-year-old bottle of Malbec that you've been saving for just the right time. Earthy and fruity, the perfect combination.
They walk around with rugged beards, fedoras and vaporizers, but what do we really know about hipsters? Not enough, that's for sure.
That's why Tufts University offers "Demystifying the Hipster," a course that will help students "become critics and sociologists of today's hipster culture as they explore how hipster identity reflects larger cultural anxiety."
"Have you ever wondered if Superman could really fly? What was Spiderman's [sic] spidey sense? How did Wonder Woman's invisible jet work?" The answer to all of these questions and more is waiting for you at the University of California, Irvine. Just sign up for "The Science of Superheroes."
The zombie apocalypse is coming, whether you like it or not. If you want to be one of the few people who survives the end of times, take a semester of "Zombies in Popular Media" at Columbia College in Chicago.
Typically, watching porn in class is frowned upon, but that's not the case at the University at Buffalo. In fact, there is a whole class dedicated to pornography's impact on the modern world called "Cyberporn and Society."
The Harry Potter series is overflowing with valuable lessons and positive messages that college students need to hear. All you need is one semester of "Finding Your Patronus" at Oregon State University and you'll be ready to stand up to any Dementor.