Most people major in one of a few fields. You've got your liberal arts students in History or English or Philosophy, who tend to graduate with a lot of worries about their careers. There are business majors and accountants, who can be assured of a nice - but probably boring - job. There's the pre-med students, the pre-law students, the arts students who study music or mixed media to varying degrees of respect. And then there's these folks, who've chosen to go off the beaten path and study something that calls to them, even if it's not quite the norm. Here are 10 weird things that we can barely believe are actual majors:
Outdoor and Adventure Education sort of sounds like a program at a summer camp, but it’s actually a 100% serious and legitimate course of study offered at Ontario’s Fleming College.