Miley Cyrus has twerked her way from the stage into the college curriculum.

This summer, Skidmore College in upstate New York will offer a course called “The Sociology of Miley Cyrus: Race, Class, Gender and Media.”

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Assistant professor Carolyn Chernoff, who will teach the course, says the class will explore gender, race, class, fame and power through the lens of Miley (and all of her incarnations).

“[Miley] represents how transient wealth and fame can be, and shows how possible it is to change your image,” explains Chernoff.

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Sadly, there will be none of the aforementioned twerking, Chernoff says.

“Sorry, dudes, but this is sociology. Learn to twerk on your own time,” she said, according to the Saratogian newspaper.

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-Lia Rosalsky, CW Philly