Is it actually possible, anyhwere, to earn an undergrad degree with a Major in Blues? I've been looking for a long time... so far, certificates, minors, no degrees. Berklee offers a 4-course certificate in Blues Guitar and I believe the courses can be incorporated into a guitar-focused degree but that's hardly the same as a degree majoring in the Blues. So far, the nearest I've found is the Blues Curriculum, appropriately located at Delta State University, Cleveland MS. But that does not add up to a major in the Blues. It's also something that the site says was promised for 2016. I'm not aware of any updates since. https://www.deltastate.edu/academics/study-blues/ Berklee offers a degree in Black Music and Culture. Very tempting (and costly - but it's a great school). https://college.berklee.edu/africana-studies-department/black-music-and-culture This program is much broader than what I'm looking for. My "50-word story," re-posted from another thread: Hazlehurst, Mississippi. Sun slowly sinking in a blood-red sky. Kudzu vines climbed the porch. The old man played "Terraplane Blues." "You the boy wants to play the Blues?" "Yessir, that's me." "I charges twenty-five dollars a lesson. You got to practice, you hear?" At last. Grad School...for real. I'm looking for a comprehensive Blues Degree. Music, musicians, history, psychology, sociology of the Blues. Online only. Anyone?