Dozens of Michigan State University students survived a zombie pandemic this summer.
Or at least a class about one.
For the past seven weeks, Glenn Stutzky, an instructor in the School of Social Work, taught a course not previously offered at the East Lansing university.
Called "Surviving the Coming Zombie Apocalypse — Catastrophes and Human Behavior," the online class encouraged students to consider how human behavior and nature change after catastrophes, both historical and hypothetical.
In this case, the hypothetical was a zombie apocalypse.