DETROIT (AP) - Dozens of Michigan State University students survived a zombie pandemic this summer.
Or at least a class about one.
For the past seven weeks, Glenn Stutzky, an instructor in the School of Social Work, taught a course not previously offered at the East Lansing university.
Called "Surviving the Coming Zombie Apocalypse - Catastrophes and Human Behavior," the online class, which wrapped up on Friday, encouraged students to consider how human behavior and nature change after catastrophes, both historical and hypothetical.
In this case, the hypothetical was a zombie apocalypse.
On the surface, it may not sound like the most rigorously academic class ever offered.