I have bad news, fellow MGobloggers. When the zombie apocalypse inevitably occurs, there will now probably be a higher proportion of survivors that hail from MSU now that they are offering a zombie apocalypse survival class.
Starting May 14 -- the first session of the summer 2012 semester -- students enrolled in the seven-week course will learn how human behavior and nature change after catastrophic incidences -- from the historical to the hypothetical -- through a blend of traditional coursework, online forums and a catastrophic event simulation, which will be in the form of a theoretical zombie pandemic.
Part of me wants to crack a joke about academics, etc., and the other part of me really, really wants to take this class. Is this a waste of time, or a clever plot for MSU to rule the post-apocalyptic world?