For women only
Well the fine folks at the Southwestern Baptist Theolgical Seminary in Tennessee knows what's important for their female students. Knowing how to cook, sew, and raise Christian babies.
They now offer a bachelor of arts program in humanities that includes a 23-hour concentration in homemaking -- for female students only.
According to an Associated Press article, "Coursework will include seven hours of nutrition and meal preparation, seven hours of textile design and "clothing construction," three hours of general homemaking, three hours on "the value of a child," and three hours on the "biblical model for the home and family."
What century are we in again? Sewing??? Who sews anymore? Why not just include a course in butter churning?