Are These Music-Related College Classes Fake or Real?
Occasionally we come across a class offered at a college somehow tied into mainstream music or a certain performing artist...that just seems so outlandish and unbelievable, yet they are real.
Today I've compiled a list of classes where you can guess if these are ACTUAL courses, or something we just made up. Here we go...
"Bruce Springsteen's Theology" . . . Real
"Papa Don't Preach: An Anthology of the Political Teachings of Madonna" . . . Fake
"Is It Important: The Absurd Popularity of Radiohead" . . . Fake
"Being a Belieber: The Bandwagon in the Cult of Social Media" . . . Fake
"GaGa for Gaga: Sex, Gender, and Identity" . . . Real
"The Sociology of Hip-Hop: The Urban Theodicy of Jay-Z" . . . Real
"Sex, STDs, and the Pathology of Tommy Lee" . . . Fake
"Rihanna: A Feminist Critique" . . . Fake
"Commercialism, Over-commercialism, and Gene Simmons" . . . Fake
"The Beatles, Popular Music and Society" . . . Real
"Learning from YouTube" . . . Real
"YouTube Commenters: Racism and Bigotry in Anonymity" . . . Fake
"Master of Arts in Popular Culture" . . . Real
"Artlessness, Through the Lens of Yoko Ono" . . . Fake
"Milli Vanilli and the Art of the Ruse in the Public Space" . . . Fake
"Hip Hop: The Politics of Culture" . . . Real
"The Textual Appeal of Tupac Shakur" . . . Real
"Law 101: The Fundamentals of Ethics and the Legal System, as Told Through the Arrests of DMX" . . . Fake