Yes, you could be the next Jim Henson if you attend the University of Connecticut. Puppetry has been offered at UConn since 1964, and there are both Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees in puppetry available from the school!
This is an odd field in which to obtain an associate’s degree, but it can be done! With this degree, you learn all about irrigating, weeding, and even choosing plants according to their genes.
Only one man--Will Shortz--has graduated with this degree from Indiana University for 40 years. This field of study deals with both the solution and creation of puzzles.
It’s already a stretch to obtain a degree in "Clownology", but to work for a Bachelor’s Degree in Mime? That’s just one odd field of study!
With this degree, you can work as a EVP technician, a cryptozoologist (the guys who hunt Bigfoot), a UFOlogist, or a parapsychologist. Yes, it’s defintely strange and unusual!
Have you ever wanted to study life in outer space? With this degree, you’ll be able to--should you ever encounter anything from outside the Earth’s atmosphere.
Liverpool Hope University--located in the British city of Liverpool--offers a master’s degree in "The Beatles" studies. The program lasts for 12 months, during which time students examine the effects The Beatles had on the world.
This degree was definitely created for people who needed help deciding on the degree to obtain! Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana offers a doctoral degree in Decision Sciences, focusing on quantitative methods that can help you to make smarter choices in business situations.
For those with a passion for bowling, Vincennes University is the place for you! Students learn everything there is to know about running a bowling alley, including lane and pinsetter maintenance, pro shop operations, management operations, and more.
Now this is a degree you can benefit from! San Francisco State University offers a Master’s Degree in Sexuality Studies, teaching about sexual relationships, reproductive functions, gender- and sexual-role behaviour and development, and the historical, moral, social, and cultural contexts of sex and love.