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.
- Special Topics In Southern Latino Mythology
- Psychology Of The Urban African-American Transformation In The 21st Century
- Cross-Cultural Perspectives On African-American Ethics
- Family, Struggle, And Family In Native American Paintings: A Process Approach
- Harlequin Romances In The Liberal World: Ideas In Transition
- The Populist Dimension Of Liberated Middle Eastern Sculptures
- Asian Paintings As A Populist Genre
- Art Of Neo-Pagan Intellectualism: A Study Of Evolution In The Radical World
- Australian Socialism Culture In Today's Society
- Exploration Of Postmodern Activisim & The Buschmann Conjecture
- Middle Eastern Art Interpretation: From Heege To O'Connell
- Middle Eastern Mythology As A Aesthetic Genre
- Transforming The Western Minority Experience
- Suburban Hispanic Society Since 1874
- Topics In Post-Byzantine Mythology: Ideas In Transition
- Principles Of Self-Actualization & Feminism In The 21st Century
- Thought Of European Homosexuality: Different Points Of View
- The Influence Of Hispanic Thinkers On Modern Urban Sociology: Myth & Reality
- Colloquium In 'The Simpsons': The Untold Story
- The Influence Of Rural Russian Drama On Microeconomics: A Process Approach
- Foundations Of Postmodern Self-Actualization & The Croy-Hendrick Theory
- Equality In The Liberal World: An Interdisciplinary Study
- Gender, Age, And Status In The Liberal World: A Process Approach
- The American Revolution As Seen In Urban Chinese Dance
- Australian Thought: Policy In Recent Times
Who needs a million monkeys?
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