Dr. Regina Bradley is a professor in Languages, Literature and Philosophy at Armstrong State University in Georgia. He's also an OutKast expert. And now, he'll merge his love for the hip-hop duo with his work, as he's now offering a class called, 'Outkast and the Rise of the Hip-Hop South.'

It's considered an upper-level English course focusing on how both André 3000 and Big Boi's "ideas about the South and southernness seep into other Southern writers." To end off the course, students are given a final paper to discuss in a particular hip-hop album. It looks like they're nurturing the future's next rap critics.

Bradley is also working on a book titled, Chronicling Stankonia: OutKast and the Rise of the Hip Hop South. Likely so he can use his own book as a textbook for the class.