- Nonprofit Finance
- Strategic Planning
- Organizational Theory
Am I the only one who just loved the long course titles? I swear you could have convinced me to be a Timbuktu Studies major just by cleverly worded course titles. Hyphens in the title? Even better. Multiple adjectives? Sign me up. I still have the course guide from undergrad and get a good laugh out of all the juicy, juicy titles they came up with. We had courses like French Lit 440: Humanity and History in French Holocaust Literature, The Role of the Feminist Psyche in English Literature, 1920-1935 and The Religious Landscape of America: 100 Years. Mmmm long titles.
If I could teach any class, I think I would teach:
- Phil-ing in the Blanks: The Role of Philanthropy in American Exceptionalism
- From Carrie to Mindy: The Sociology of Modern Dating in TV-driven, Multi-cultural America
- The Anthropology of Marketing: Sell Your Story, Not Your Soul
Slash heyyyy those all sound like some book titles. Maybe I should start writing them and make some money, honey. Unfortunately, grad school has very short, straight-forward course titles. C'est la vie.
What was your favorite class in school?
If you could teach any class, what would it be?