Academia Unixploria is a university-based on the pillars of classical education. We study all subjects known to man under the constant guidance of our historical masters.
We offer programs and classes to all citizens of Unixploria. We aim to instill a sense of pride and awe when exploring the realms of knowledge. We may lean on knowledge passed down from generations, but we strive to live and learn in the present.
Our curricula are built upon the idea of self-study, as are most university courses. Self-discipline and a great deal of prior knowledge are essential to passing our exams. All our students are Unixplorian citizens; this should be no problem considering that all Unixplorians have at least 13 years of prior schooling.
Students attend Academia Unixploria to become true explorers of the worlds of knowledge.
Astrobiology is an interdisciplinary scientific field concerned with the origins, evolution, distribution, and future of life in the universe.
Botany is studying physiology, structure, genetics, ecology, distribution, classification, and plants' economic importance.
Cryptozoology is a science that aims to prove the existence of entities from the folklore record.
Education is the process of learning or the acquisition of knowledge or skills. Studies in this subject can be divided between how we learn (education) and how we teach (pedagogy).
History is the study of the past, particularly how it relates to humans.
Language is the ability to acquire and use complex systems of communication.
Library science explores practices and tools of management, information technology, education, and other areas vital to libraries.
Literature is, in its most general definition, any written work. The study of literature deals with the history, craft, and societal impact of literary genres.
Micropatrology is the study of micronations and microstates, small (often) unrecognized countries that exist in their creators' minds.
Museology explores museums' history, their role in society, activities, including curating, preservation, and programming.
The scientific study of religion includes interpreting and comparing practices, morals, texts, sanctified places, and religions' prophecies.