Earn credit for promoting the progressive agenda!

The College Fix reports.

UMass students can earn academic credit for building LGBTQA-themed electronic light displays

Take some electrical engineering and throw in a little LGBTQA and what have you got? “Queer Lights.”

No, seriously. It’s the newest class at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. Students can earn academic credit for literally “building LGBTQA-themed electronic light displays.”

The 1-credit course, first reported on by The Liberty Standard, was announced Jan. 27 via the “Engineering E-News Letter.”

“‘Queer Lights’ will cast light on lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, queer, and asexual (LGBTQA) topics while the students in the class literally cast light–building LGBTQA-themed electronic light displays,” an online description of the course states. “An engineering professor will teach the students how to create and program the displays, and the director of the Stonewall Center will lead the students in discussions about LGBTQA issues in the news and in their own lives.”

“Some of the topics to be covered include the intersections of racial and LGBTQA identities, the campus climate for LGBTQA students, and the legal and political rights of LGBTQA people today.”