Read the link for more: It's not based just on the course titles, but on the content.
I got an A in Phallus 101 - Los Angeles Times
Based on a survey by the Young America's Foundation:
12. Nonviolent Responses to Terrorism
11. American Dreams/American Realities
9. "Mail Order Brides?" Understanding the Philippines in Southeast Asian Context
8. Native American Feminisms
7. Whiteness: The Other Side of Racism
6. Border Crossings, Borderlands: Transnational Feminist Perspectives on Immigration
5. Blackness (Whiteness is a pre-req)
4. Adultery Novel
3. Taking Marx Seriously
2. Queer Musicology (Assets that gays hear music from gay composers differently then non-gays.)
The Phallus (critical theory and social justice, of "feminist and queer takings-on of the phallus.")
AS the writer of the article suggests: Why not take a course in "The Phallus"? You can get the same credit for it as for a course in Greek tragedy.