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Unbelievable! 8 weird university courses that really do exist – From Jedi to Zombie studies

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Weird university courses: Applying for a course in colleges sometimes becomes a tedious job. Some students even end up settling for a course they don’t even have interest in.

However, there’s no denying the fact that in today’s world, no matter what you are interested in, there is definitely a university course tailor-made for you. The variety of university courses has expanded considerably in recent years. Hence, we’ve found some weird university courses from around the world.

Yes, oddly enough, now you can get an expertise on Lady Gaga , David Beckham or Harry Potter. And, how about Zombie studies? Well, check out some of the world’s most unique, bizarre, and incredible college courses.

Weird university courses

1. David Beckham

The University of Staffordshire in England offers this unusual course on legendary football player David Beckham. During the 12-week course, students learn about his various hairstyles, his marriage to Victoria Beckham, as well as his status as the “the subject of many fantasies”.

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2. The Sociology of Fame and Lady Gaga

The University of Southern California offers this course, which is taught by the biggest fan of Lady Gaga; a teacher of the singer who has attended more than 30 concerts. The course provides an insight into Lady Gaga’s career and analyses her character and becoming famous.

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3. Beyonce 101

Rutgers University actually offers a course on Beyonce, the queen of the American music industry. Beyonce 101 is part of the Women’s and Gender Studies section of Rutgers University.

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4. Pop culture

If you are a Netflix buff and keep yourself updated with what’s going on with stars and their movies, then the pop culture course offered by Bowling Green State University in Ohio is the best for you. The course covers television, movies, literature, music as well as amusement parks.

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5. How to train in the Jedi way

If you are a big time Star Wars fan, then Queen’s University Belfast course is just for you. You get to learn about the psychology behind the Jedi mind tricks. The course also teaches you about the other parts of the Star Wars universe.

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6. How to Watch TV

Montclair State University has come up with this exciting course that will help you learn about how to “watch TV properly”. In addition, the role of television in the modern family is examined, among others. Watch TV while you study! Wow!

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7. Zombie studies

If you are fascinated and thrilled by the bloodbath shown in zombie movies and you already have a plan in mind on what to do in case a zombie outbreak takes place, then this course is for you. The University of Baltimore offers a course for zombie enthusiasts. During this course, students watch popular TV shows and movies like “The Walking Dead” and “Zombieland.”

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8. Bowling Industry Management

Vincennes University of Indiana is a university completely dedicated to bowling. If you want to become a bowling champ, then this course is definitely for you.

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Bindiya Bhatt
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Founder and Editor-in-Chief at The Vocal News, Bindiya Bhatt is a journalist with over 16 years of experience in the media industry. Having covered nearly all beats in her career, she is an Automobile and Tech enthusiast who loves writing about cars, bikes, gadgets and more. She has done her Masters in Journalism and Mass Communication from IMS Noida.

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