Burc Karakas · Nov. 22, 2021
Education is something that can be done on any subject no matter what it is, and this fact makes it possible for some seriously weird classes to come up at schools. Here are 11 examples to those classes, whether you think they’re cool or weird keep in mind these classes are totally real!
1. Growing marijuana
This may come across as something very odd to be taught at school but we have to keep in mind, marijuana isn’t something that is used to smoke. Marijuana is actually medically proven to destroy cancerous cells by many laboratories so all throughout the world there are actual stores where you can by marijuana legally for medical purposes. This is the exact reason why Oaksterdam University in California gives classes on Quality Training for the Cannabis Industry
2. Adventure classes
When you think of adventure, the first thing that comes to mind can be a super hero adventuring to save the day. But Plymouth University thinks adventuring is all about chasing the extreme and pumping some adrenaline. So if sitting in a class all day seems boring to you, you know where to go to get your adrenaline pumping during a class.
3. Comic book art
Even though they’re not read that much throughout the world some people over at the U.S.A. are still very interested in comic books. So much so that they don’t just want to read comic books, they want to create some new ones. That is exactly why The University of Minneapolis has classes on comic book art, where you can hone your skills to be the next Stan Lee.
4. Motorsports management
Motorsports is up there in the list when it comes down to sports branches that bring in the most money. But with all that money also comes some serious risk, so the Winston-Salem State University came up with the Motorsports management classes with the idea of getting the risks in this sports branch down to a minimum.
5. Wine making
Wine is known as one of the oldest beverages of our world. With such a long heritage behind it, wine has many quirks and things that you have to learn about before you get to producing your brand. That is why The Cornell University decided that it can take the responsibility of educating the masses on wine and everything about it and opened up a class on the subject.
6. Comedy: Screen writing and performance
Comedy can be summed up as looking at everyday happenings from a different and funnier lens and that is exactly what The Canada Humber University is teaching it’s students to do. So yes if you’ve got what it takes you can be a certified comedian.
7. Beatles history
In the birthplace of The Beatles, one of the most influential and biggest music bands, Liverpool it is possible for you to take a class that’s all about their history. And who knows, maybe after learning all about them someone can crack the code of what made them so great and be the new Ringo Star or Paul McCartney because of those classes.
We all grew up watching kids shows such as The Sesame Street or The Muppets and we all loved it. Some loved it so much so that they decided that puppeteering should be an actual class. So the puppeteering classes of Connecticut University came to be.
9. Pop culture
Pop culture is something that we come across in our lives pretty much on the daily. Whether it’s TV shows, music or cars you can learn all about them in one of the classes of Bowling Green State University.
10. Entertainment Engineering and Design
If gambling is your thing but gambling on the same games again and again bores you, then you should check out the classes University of Nevada, Las Vegas offers on Entertainment Engineering and Design. After some classes maybe you can be the one that comes up with the latest rigged slot machine.
11. Sexuality studies
If you’re one of those people that see sex as more than a fun pastime activity that you can have with your significant other, the classes that San Francisco State University offers on sexuality can be for you. In these classes you can learn all about the effects of sex on the human body on mind, making you a certified love maker of a kind!
Translator: Arman Doyuran