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.
Golf course management
Fore! At the Ferris State University College of Business in Big Rapids, Michigan, studying the 18 holes of a golf course can actually get you a degree. The Ferris golf program was the first of its kind sanctioned by the PGA in 1975. The classes include five semesters of work at public golf courses, resorts and country clubs and with golf industry partners across America and in Scotland, the birthplace of golf. The university has graduated 1,770 students from the program, many of whom are working at the world's best golf courses.