Z101: Introductory Course in the Undead – Week 1
Z101 Week 1 – Introduction
In our ever present desire to prepare you for the rising of the dead we have decided to offer an introductory course here at Zombie Theology. The topic? Well, zombies, of course!
This is a completely FREE course. We have no interest in your money, only your survival and sanity.
If you stumbled onto our site (assuming you aren’t stumbling because you have already joined the undead ranks!) and are asking yourself “Self, what the heck is a zombie?” then this course is for you. The information you will gain through these studies may (most likely WILL) help prolong your existence among the living during the zombie apocalypse.
Consider this post to be your syllabus. It is an overview of topics that will be discussed in the Z101 course of study.
Z101 is a six week course in zombology. The schedule of lessons is listed below:
Week 1: Introduction
Week 2: Zombie History
Week 3: Identification of the Undead
Week 4: Defense against the Living Dead
Week 5: Post-zompocalyptic Survival Strategy and Techniques
Week 6: Resources for Further Research
Each week will start with a brief quiz (4 to 5 questions) covering the prior weeks topic.
If you are interested in enrolling in this class please fill in the enrollment form below.
The advantages of enrollment are:
- The ability to take quizzes thus reenforcing your learnings.
- Emails to inform you when the next lesson has been prepared for you.
- A certificate of completion after successfully completing all courses and quizzes.
We look forward to your participation in Z101: Introductory Course in the Undead, and as always we pray for your sanity and survival in these dark days…
Use the form below to enroll in the Z101 Course. All we need is your name and an email address so we can send you course information (Login code for quizzes, quiz results, and lesson updates). There is NO FEE, this is a FREE service provided by Zombie Theology. You will receive further information via email:
Enrollment closed. Watch for future enrollment opportunities.