Below are a few more genuine course titles from genuine course catalogs from genuine ALA-accredited library schools. Makes me wish I could go to library school all over again.
328C - Advanced Connexus Forum Seminar Series (UT-Austin)
In this Forum Series, we will study connexus-like things from a truly advanced perspective. If you do not understand basic connexus stuff, please don't take this course. You will not be able to keep up. Also, having a course with the cool-sounding word "Connexus" on your transcript should show people how hip and up-to-date you are. And the fact that the Connexus is "Advanced" will look even more impressive. And you probably don't realize yet that no one will ever look at your transcript, because nobody cares what classes you took in library school!
5718 Agent Implementation and Control for Information Professionals (U. of North Texas)
[This course is restricted to those planning to work for the CIA library. We could tell you what the course was about, but then we'd have to kill you.]
567 Gender and Computerization (Indiana)
The topic of this course will be clearer if you know the original title: Women and Internet Porn. Where is it? How to find it? Is it free? As a sop to the feminists who claimed we were exploiting women, we've thrown in some pictures of naked men as well. We are equal opportunity exploiters.
289 Knowledge (UCLA)
"Quid est scientia?" as Pilate might have said. Take this course and find out! We were going to crosslist this course with the Philosophy Department, but they wouldn't have anything to do with us. Intellectual snobs!
629 Multicultural Literature for Children and Young Adults (UW-Madison, natch)
Sure, you're a radical leftist who wants to change the world one library card at a time. That's why you came to Madison! But how do you do that? In this class you'll learn how to effectively indoctrinate the young with your incoherent multiculturalist ideology. And where else would you be able to get graduate credit for reading children's books?
2130 Queuing Theory (Pitt)
This class will introduce you to the most important theoretical advances on queuing. For example, when in a queue, don't stand so close to someone that you step on their heels and make them walk out of their shoes! And if you're going to cut into a line, make sure it's in front of a small, frail old person instead of some 6'5" guy with lots of tattoos. To find out more about that and many other exciting aspects of queuing theory, take the course!
390RGI Race, Gender and Information Technology (Illinois)
In this course, you will find out that if you have a race or a gender, you are probably somehow oppressed by information technology. This course is an excellent choice for humanities students who want to take a "technology" course without learning anything about technology. Unlike "Network Systems Administration" or "Programming Web Mashups," you won't have to know anything more about technology than you learned in that Women's Studies course you took in college.