Strathclyde University is now offering a postgraduate degree in political activism:
The syllabus – one year full-time, two years part-time – is split into two compulsory modules on human ecology covering the self, the community, integration, vocation and leadership, combined with options on eco-psychology, food culture and spiritual activism.
With more than 20 students from the UK, US, Canada, Ecuador and Cameroon having paid £4,500 each for this year’s course, Strathclyde might just have proved that its brand of political activism can pay off.
Turning rebellion into money, indeed.
via the Daily Ablution