Students Set To Get Information With This Beyonce ‘Lemonade’ College Course

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SAN ANTONIO --Just when you thought the hype behind Beyonce's "Lemonade" was slowly dying down, somebody manages to squeeze a bit more out of it. This time, a professor is planting seeds of knowledge at the University of Texas at San Antonio. You can bet your entire tuition fans will get in Formation for this one.

The class called Black Women, Beyonce and Pop Culture will supposedly "explore the theoretical, historical, and literacy framework of black feminism," which is all featured in her 55-minute short film.

Unlike Tyra Banks and Matthew McConaughey, Bey won't attend the class or teach it. But that probably won't stop the Beyhive from buzzing in on it.

This isn't the first time Beyonce's inspired education. In 2014 Rutgers University introduced its students to a class called "Politicizing Beyonce." UT in Austin also has a Bey-based class.

Before you know it , we'll probably be able to get a degree in Queen 🐝.