I’m not sure what spurred my obsession with weird college degrees and courses, but I’ve been keeping a journal with a list for years now. Every once in awhile I enjoy sharing the weird things I stumble upon in course catalogs or on the internet, and today is one of those sharing days.

After some research*, I created a new list of 30 strange college courses you might consider enrolling in. Some may seem to be for just for laugh and some may ignite your curiosity, so why not check a few of them out and learn something new?

1. United Kingdom: To Hogwarts, Harry: An Intensive Study of Harry Potter Through the British Isles – Central Michigan University
2. Jay Z and Kanye West – The University of Missouri
3. Popular Flops: Bad Movies – Tufts University
4. Maple Syrup: The Real Thing – Alfred University
5. Furniture Making – MIT
6. The Hunger Games: Class, Politics and Marketing — American University
7. Tattoos in American Popular Culture – Pitzer College
8. Sex, Rugs, Salt & Coal – Cornell University
9. Comparative History of Organized Crime – Williams College
10.It’s the End of the World as We Know It (And I Feel Fine) – Alfred University
11.Nuthin’ but a ‘G’ Thang – Oberlin Experimental College
12.Wordplay: A Wry Plod from Babel to Scrabble – Princeton University
13.California Here We Come The O.C. & Self-Aware Culture of 21st Century America – Duke University
14.American Golf: Aristocratic Pastime or the People’s Game? – Carnegie Mellon
15.Breaking the Rules: An Intellectual Discussion of Fight Club – Oberlin Experimental College
16.The Game of Thrones – University of Virginia
17.#SelfieClass – University of Southern California
18.“Wasting Time on the Internet” – The University of Pennsylvania
19.Conspiracy Theories – Briar Cliff University
20.Things That Go Bump in the Night – Hampshire College
21.Physics for Future Presidents – UC Berkeley
22.Tightwaddery, or the Good Life on a Dollar a Day – Alfred University
23.How to Learn (Almost) Anything – MIT
24.Goldberg’s Canon: Makin’ Whoopi – Bates College
25.Gossip- Cornell University
26.How to Win a Beauty Pageant – Oberlin Experimental College
27.Circus Stunts -Triton College
28.American Degenerates – Brown University
29.Getting Dressed – Princeton University
30.From Ban to Bar: The History, Politics, & Taste of Chocolate – Oberlin Experimental College

I don’t know about you, but personally, I am completely in support of any college courses detailing the history of chocolate. Perhaps you need a little help assembling your new IKEA furniture or getting dressed in the morning. Maybe you’re a huge fan of the movie Fight Club or the TV show Game of Thrones, and want to take classes about them. Whatever your reason may be for indulging in one of these strange courses, you’ll be able to explore something you love (or just find hilarious) with the guidance of an expert.

If you ask me, there’s no better way to learn.

*Sources: Time, KQED, List25, Business Insider, Fastweb, OnlineUniversities.com, CNN