Students at Michigan State University will soon learn how to deal with a zombie invasion.
MSU is offering a seven week course over the summer about how human behavior changes during catastrophes, both historical and hypothetical -- including zombie epidemics.
"Though the topic is serious and worthy of academic study, the challenges presented in surviving a hypothetical zombie pandemic have real-world applications," Glenn Stutzky, the creator of the course told WXYZ. "After all, zombies make everything more interesting.”
The course will study aspects of anthropology, sociology and geology, and is worth two credits.
Stutzky has already created a video and YouTube channel for the class.
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