10 of the strangest degrees you can get at college
From watching TV to managing golf courses, these unusual programs can make you a college grad.
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The Hebrew University of Jerusalem is home to the Albert Einstein archives as well as the baby-whispering professor who went viral last summer. The institution is not afraid to color outside the lines, which is why they're introducing a degree in winemaking this fall. The 18-month program includes classes in viticulture and enology as well as workshops in Europe. Graduates will also get to intern at commercial wineries in Israel. A mixture of soils – from terra rossa and gravel to volcanic – coupled with varying altitudes and temperature, have made Israel a center of wine production for more than 2,000 years.