Community colleges have always been at the forefront of training students for both traditional and innovative careers
...and ghost-busting is no exception! Indeed, a handful of community colleges are actually offering paranormal studies to train students in the interesting field of ghost-busting.
Be spooked or inspired by the paranormal studies available at the following community colleges
. Could researching ghosts be the right career choice for you?
This Indiana institution is known for many strong fields of study, but recently, the college added paranormal investigation courses to its catalogue. These courses, according to the Kokomo Perspective
, are designed to explore the world of paranormal behavior in a way never seen before.
The teacher of the course, Al Taylor, is the PR director of Indiana Ghost Trackers. Taylor will lead students on an exploration of paranormal research that will include conduct and safety, as well as the proper use of paranormal equipment.
The courses are offered at two different Ivy Tech campuses and are done in collaboration with the Kokomo Region of the Department of Workforce and Economic Development. This organization offers provides career training solutions to help fill the needs of today's employers.
In North Carolina, Almance Community College
is offering its own brand of paranormal training. The school's current class in paranormal investigations has been consistently topping the list as one of the most popular course offerings at Almance.
The course is taught by Heather Garner of Grahan, the head of TimeStoppers Paranormal and the
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