37 Examples of Real College Courses That Are Too Crazy to Believe



While we hear how college kids are outraged at the burden of huge debts that will take them years to pay off, few are as outraged about the courses being taught. The nonsense of Antifa and the diminishing of free speech by conservatives, one has to ask what are our children getting out of a college education? Here are a few snippets:


Authored by Michael Snyder via The American Dream blog,

You just can’t make this stuff up.

All over America we push our young people to get good grades so that they can get “a college education”, but then once they get through college many of our young people are completely unequipped to deal with the real world.

I am about to share with you a list of 37 of the most ridiculous courses that are currently being offered at major U.S. colleges and universities today.  This information comes from a brand new report that was just put out by Young America’s Foundation, and it is tempting to chuckle as you read through what they have compiled, but the truth is that what is happening to our system of higher learning is not a laughing matter.  The following is a short excerpt from the report

The following are 37 examples of real college courses that are almost too crazy to believe…

#1 MCL 135: Vampires: Evolution of a Sexy Monster (University of Kentucky)

#2 HIST 336: Saints, Witches, and Madwomen (University of Nebraska)

#3 WOMGEN 1225: Leaning In, Hooking Up (Harvard University)

#4 SOAN 261: Campus Sex in the Digital Age (Washington & Lee University)

#5 GSWS 434: The Politics of Ugly (University of Pennsylvania)

#6 AMS 398: FAT: The F-Word and the Public Body (Princeton University)

#7 GWS 462: Hip Hop Feminism (University of Illinois)

#8 GWS 255: Queer Lives, Queer Politics (University of Illinois)

#9 SOC 388: Marriage in the Age of Trump (Davidson College)

#10 HISTORY 330-0: Medieval Sexuality (Northwestern University)

#11 AI 318: Zombies: Modern Myths, Race, and Capitalism (DePaul University)

#12 SOCI 332: Alternative Genders (Texas A&M University)

#13 AMCULT 103: Drag in America (University of Michigan)

#14 AMCULT 334: Race, Gender, Sexuality and U.S. Culture in Video Games (University of Michigan)

#15 AMCULT 411: Rednecks, Queers, and Country Music (University of Michigan)

#16 WGS 255: Deconstructing the Diva (DePaul University)

#17 GLBT 3404: Transnational Sexualities (University of Minnesota)

#18 GSFS 0208: Unruly Bodies: Black Womanhood in Popular Culture (Middlebury College)

#19 MC 2002: Media, Sport and Culture: Amplifying the Sporting-Ism (Louisiana State University)

#20 THEO 025: The Bible and Horror (Georgetown University)

#21 SOAS 3500: Queerness in South Asian Literature and Cinema (University of Iowa)

#22 AADS 2204: Black Women and the Politics of Blackness and Beauty (Vanderbilt University)

#23 AFR 334: Radical Theories of Political Struggle: Anti-Black Racism and the Obama Administration (Williams College)

#24 COLT 0510F: Fidel Castro and Che Guevara, The Men and the Myths (Brown University)

#25 HIST 379: Queering Colonialism (Washington & Lee University)

#26 AMST 274: Rainbow Cowboys (and Girls): Gender, Race, Class, and Sexuality in Westerns (Wellesley College)

#27 AFA 4430: Black Lives Matter (University of Florida)

#28 RELI GU 4355: The African American Prophetic Political Tradition from David Walker to Barack Obama (Columbia University)

#29 RELG 032: Queering God: Feminist and Queer Theology (Swarthmore College)

#30 RELG 033: Queering the Bible (Swarthmore College)

#31 ENVS 042: Ecofeminism (Swarthmore College)

#32 FRSEMR 61D: Trying Socrates in the Age of Trump (Harvard University)

#33 GSWS 2219: Deconstructing Masculinities (Bowdoin College)

#34 GSFS 0325: American Misogyny (Middlebury College)

#35 BLSTU 3850: Gender, Hip Hop, and the Politics of Representation (University of Missouri)

#36 AAS 301: Black to the Future: Science, Fiction, and Society (Princeton University)

#37 SOC 105: Race, Religion, & Donald Trump (Davidson College

As a bonus, let me share with you 20 more crazy college courses that have been previously offered at colleges and universities around the nation.

This list comes from one of my previous articles, and even though most of these courses are no longer being offered, they still serve as examples of how pathetic our system of “higher education” has truly become in recent years… more at Zero Hedge

23 Responses to “37 Examples of Real College Courses That Are Too Crazy to Believe”

  1. Always On Watch Says:

    I have sent this sickening information to many.

    Liked by 1 person

  2. the unit Says:

    Put’em all together in one and you’d probably have a modern day course in Zoology.

    Liked by 2 people

  3. Steve Dennis Says:

    With so many great options I don’t know which one to choose! 😉

    Liked by 2 people

  4. Kid Says:

    Unbelievable……… ..

    Liked by 2 people

  5. thesociologicalmail Says:

    Some of these do sound like interesting modules haha

    Liked by 2 people

  6. thetinfoilhatsociety Says:

    Actually Medieval Sexuality was a rather fascinating talk. I have seen lectures posted on YouTube. HOW sexuality was regulated and allowed to be expressed was quite different. They covered extant writings, church doctrine, laws, fashion, artwork, and food; all of these had a bearing or were an outcome of prevailing ideas on sexuality just as they are now. Other than that those courses look to be a bunch of bunk.

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  7. Simply Linda Says:

    I can tell you with utmost certainly that these are real. A couple of semesters ago I had to take a course titled Minority Cultures, it ended up bashing “White Privilege” and how the poor Africans are at a disadvantage, pro Black Lives Matter, Anti Trump and so on. Just saying. The professor once told me to shut up and that is how it is and I better get with the times. Although I passed the final with a A+ and had a running B+, He lowered my grade to a C+ because the last question on the final was our beliefs on the class. By that time, I had had enough of being politically correct. Did l earn to keep my mouth shut? No. And I won’t. Way to much running amuck with my tax dollars and my tuition.

    Liked by 5 people

    • petermac3 Says:

      Here in NJ my son with a B.A. and a Masters degree and already teaching autistic and special ed students four years in a private school was required to sit in a community college classroom evenings for eight weeks while an 80+ year old professor slept. Together with a $2200 registration fee it cost us, not any gov’t program, $6800. Now with two masters in music he just completed a two year course, ON LiNE, at a cost to us of $22,000 so he may teach special ed in public schools. When one is a white male there is no Santa Claus. On line, no brick and mortar, no instructor, $22,000! But mercifully no black history course included in the curriculum. Our state marketing motto: NJ and You, Perfect Together.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Simply Linda Says:

        That is why I took myself out of the Education program, and went directly into the History program. NY is the same as NJ. All about the money.

        Liked by 1 person

  8. hocuspocus13 Says:

    I appreciate my Mother-in-Law more than I ever have before

    She was in the Education Profession in Administration

    When my Son went off to College she guided his selection of courses

    …she had my blessing on that!

    My Son has his degree in Finance and an excellent job…Amen

    Liked by 5 people

  9. Brittius Says:

    Reblogged this on Brittius and commented:
    Disgraceful, plain and simple, that such stupidity occupies colleges. Bring back the military draft and end deferments. That would be a real course in life, and the world.

    Liked by 5 people

  10. petermac3 Says:

    What??? No Basket Weaving 101?

    Liked by 3 people

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