Lynch To Add ‘CoComelon’ Studies To List Of Majors
CAMPION HALL — Students in the Lynch School of Education were shocked to see a giant anthropomorphized watermelon blocking the entrance to Campion Hall as classes resumed this week.
With the fall semester now underway, the LSOE administration has announced the addition of “CoComelon Studies” to its list of undergraduate programs in order to keep up with the development of childhood education. The new major will be available to the classes of 2024 and 2025.
“This program will be classified as one of our interdisciplinary majors,” announced Dean Stanton E. F. Wortham, Ph.D. “CoComelon cannot be squeezed into one particular field of study. The impacts of Baby JJ can be felt in our schools, hospitals, auto body shops, and, of course, the military-industrial complex.”
The program will focus on the emphatic rise of CoComelon, the most viewed youtube channel in the United States. Classes will include CoComelon and the Jesuit Education, Baby Shark and Applied Psychology, and the highly anticipated When Baby JJ Meets Reagan: an Intersection of Neoliberal Economics and the Names of Shapes.
Required texts for this program include The Wheels on the Bus (Board book, $7.99) and COCOMELON COLORING BOOK: SHAPES COLORING PAGES, 123 COLORING PAGES, ABC COLORING PAGES, OTHER COLORING PAGES, both of which are available on Amazon and Wish.com.
At press time, neither Mod Baby nor Walsh Baby had responded to requests for comment, but the CoComelon theme song could be heard blaring from the Walsh seventh floor lounge.