Originally Posted by PhoenixFire
Well sort of. Was more referring to degrees such as Media Studies and Film Studies that, in my books, aren't really very useful to anyone involved.
They're pretty useful if you want to work in relevant fields...
If you want to be a chef, perhaps not so much. On the other hand though, degrees in humanities that focus on research and communication skills probably have more benefit across a range of careers than, say, a degree in physics, which is only going to be of particular use in a small range of fields.