Well, here's one more fun-sounding class that makes me wish I was back in college: Miley Cyrus is yet another celebrity that some students can study by taking an actual course devoted to the superstar.
At Skidmore College, students will have the opportunity to take a class called "The Sociology of Miley Cyrus: Race, Class, Gender and Media," reports the Saratogian. In this class, students can expect to learn about "gender, race, class, economic status, identity, fame, sexualization, oppression and power."
In truth, this course could tell students a lot about how society works using Cyrus, her actions, image, songs and more as an example. By analyzing this singer who made multiple news headlines for her famous "twerking" at the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards, students can learn and analyze our society's culture.
The professor for the course told the Saratogian, "Miley is a lens into cultural conflict."
Cyrus is not the only singer who has a class devoted to analyzing her behavior and music as well as society's reaction to both; Rutgers University announced in January it will offer a course in Beyoncé that will use the singer's work to explore gender, race and sexuality in the U.S.
Hopefully this paves the way for more colleges to offer courses focused on celebrities like, let's say, Justin Timberlake, Ryan Gosling or Channing Tatum. And if an L.A.-based college decides to do this -- yeah, I'll definitely be re-enrolling as an undergraduate.