Absurd College Courses
Go into the course catalog for a typical liberal arts college, and
you'll find a variety of classes with grandiose, buzzword-laden titles
that, upon closer inspection, don't seem to be mean anything.
Many sound like nonsense.
The following courses may not be real, but they were created
using real elements taken out of real course catalogs from across
the country. Hit reload for more nonsense.
- Ethnicity In Modern Society: The Rural Chinese Condition
- Age, Status, And Race In The Liberal World: A Journey Of Discovery
- Transforming The Homosexual African Experience
- Issues Of German Equality: A Process Approach
- Homosexual Italian Civilization In The United States
- Contemporary Female Ideas: A Process Approach
- Topics In African Affairs In The Real World
- Asian Literature As A Feminist Genre
- Dynamic Exploration Of Roman Music: A Study Of Etruscan Affairs
- Dynamic Exploration Of 'The Simpsons': The Big Picture
- Perspectives In Classic American Literature: A Symbol Of Evolution In Today's Society
- Symbolism Of Suburban Middle Eastern Values
- Foundations Of The Greenhouse Effect: Policy In The United States
- Psychology Of Early Egyptian Poetry: The Untold Story
- Political Science As Explored In Southern Latvian Poetry
- Contemporary Scandinavian Morals & Art
- The Reformist Dimension Of Upper Class Chinese Architecture
- Special Studies In Women's Suffrage: Ideas In Conflict
- Contemporary Pacific Islander Religion & Thought
- Ideas Of Female Sexuality: Myth & Reality
- Ideas Of Pacific Islander Self-Actualization: What Is To Be Learned From It?
- Contemporary Atheist Morals & Ideas
- The History Of The Culinary Arts: Contemporary Ideas
- The Influence Of Transgender Hispanic Literature On Microeconomics: The Untold Story
- Native American Thought: What Is To Be Learned From It?
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