19 Totally Real Classes That IU Actually Offers
By Jake Spear and Flipside Staff
Registering for classes can be a difficult process. Who really knows what they want to study? And there are so many options! That’s why Flipside is here to help! We’ve compiled a list of the weirdest classes that IU actually offers to students for your scheduling convenience.
- KLLC Hot Topics
A Kelley Management major can go a long way in maintaining your local Hot Topic.
Taught by visiting professor, Pomona Sprout.
- Scuba Diving
It’s better down where it’s wetter, under the SRSC.
- Achieving Your Dreams
One of the most difficult classes on campus.
- Physics for Poets
“How the scarlet apple gently fell on Newton’s crown”
“Aristotlean worldview come crashing down”
A semester-long class about the life of Merriam Webster as he wrote the
- History of White Colonialism
Colloquially known as “history”
- Archaeological Ethics
“It belongs in a museum”
- Internship in Philosophy
Your options are either to become a pirate, fry cook, or billionaire.
- Pornography Through the Decades
This is a “hands-on” learning experience.
- What is America?
In case you missed 3rd-grade social studies.
- Internship for LAMP
Because “Liberal Arts Management Program” is a mothful.
- Experimental Course in Accounting
This class is gonna be the ride of your LIFO.
- Who’s Afraid of Radiation
- Advanced Movement
You might have passed Introductory movement, but this class won’t be a walk in the park.
- Public and Oral Communications
- Death and Dying
One of the few classes required for both Philosophy and Pre-Med.
- Women in the Bible
Brother Jed’s least favorite class.
- Leadership Under Fire
Learning to take a bullet for your team. Literally.