Have any of you studied topics related to gaming and roleplaying at a university?
Here's the deal. I've been approved to separate early from the Air Force, something I thought would be a longshot, even with my career field being as overmanned as it is. It's great news for me, because it means I can start going to college this fall. But it also means I have a very short time to figure out exactly what degree I want to pursue. I'd like to learn everything about everything; unfortunately, I can't just pick interesting courses as I discover them -- the GI Bill pays for only the courses that are absolutely required for my degree. Moreover, I've already completed all of the General Education requirements I'll ever need, so I'll pretty much just have degree-specific electives to work with.
My question for you all is, which degree program do you think would be the most applicable to the study of storygaming?
So many academic fields can be related to storygaming -- psychology, sociology, anthropology, linguistics, philosophy, and various arts, just to name a few. Of course, there are also hybrids and offshoots of those fields. For example, I was looking into Cognitive Science (tending more towards psychological and philosophical aspects), but the few colleges that offer that program are too expensive (i.e., out-of-state).
To sum up: of the most-every-university-has-it degree programs, which ones do you think relate most to how storygaming happens, and how it happens successfully?
(Note: For any of you who are perplexed at my decision-making process, storygame applicability isn't my only criteria for choosing a degree. But it is the the one I feel most excited about.)