Just what the world needs: another worthless college degree.
Today the University of Iowa became the latest institution of higher (so-called) learning when it made the nonsense concept “social justice” into a degree program.
In doing so it joined a growing number of universities offering such degrees, thereby giving left-wing students still greater opportunities to live in a bubble for four years, be confirmed in all their existing views, and not be troubled by dissenting voices.
(Meanwhile, outright assaults on their worldview are what libertarians and conservatives can expect to find on college campuses.)
What, pray tell, will people do with a “social justice” degree, except use their paychecks from Starbucks to pay off college debts for the rest of their lives?
In the meantime, I’m going to help teach younger folks something actually useful.
Save the date: on September 28, T.K. Coleman and I are going to run a free, live video session on entrepreneurship for teens. I’ll remind you as we get closer.
As of June, I myself am the father of a teenager. And I sure don’t want her ground up in the educational-unemployment complex. I’m sure you feel the same about your own children.
So forget the social justice degree. Head over to my live session with T.K. Coleman on September 28, and we’ll actually teach stuff that matters. (Hop onto my email list, which includes a free book, and I’ll remind you.)
In the meantime, here’s the opposite of a social justice degree, where you can learn non-p.c. history and economics that would give the social justice crowd a collective heart attack: