'Bonkers' university courses that students study revealed
UK universities are offering some courses that are truly too bizarre for university level.
Nadine Linge rounded up some of the UK's most bizarre courses:
Durham University is running a module called 'Harry Potter and the Age of Illusion', and is aiming to put Harry Potter in its social, cultural and educational context and understand the reasons for its popularity.
University of Abertay, Dundee, are being taught techniques to break into web servers, steal data and remotely control computers, the aim of the course is aimed at stopping hackers, the Daily Star reported.
Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh is offering brewing and distilling course to teach people how to make beer.
University of Birmingham has partnered up with the Professional Golfers' Association to teach pupils golf techniques.
(Posted on 24-01-2014)