Michigan State University Teaches Zombie Survival [Video]
Do you think your brains are to valuable to be eaten?
Do you have what it takes to start humanity over after a zombie attack?
Do you actually believe that MSU is offering a class about zombie survival?
If you answered yes or no to any of these questions, then you need to watch the video below.
MSU's 'Surviving the Coming Zombie Apocalypse' is an online course that uses the idea of a Zombie Apocalypse to attract attention to the important topic and research on "Catastrophes and Human Behavior".
If you are interested in taking the class, you don't have to be a student at MSU, just click here for details. Here is a quick description of what you'll learn:
Students will learn about the nature, scope and impact of catastrophic events on individuals, families, societies, civilizations, and the Earth itself.
The central theme of the course is "How do humans behave in catastrophic times?"
The course begins (the entire first week) and ends (the last 4 days) with a "Catastrophic Event Simulation" (The Coronal Mass Ejection Incident - resulting in a Zombie Pandemic). Students are assigned into Survivor Groups located throughout the United States and must face the challenges of living and surviving together during a catastrophic event.
The course actually sounds like it will provide some good information, kind of like a "come for the zombies, stay for the knowledge" type of approach.
MSU - 'Surviving The Zombie Apocalypse'