20 Celebrities With College Degrees
Could you have guessed what these television and film stars studied at college? Get ready to be surprised by these 20 celebrities with degrees:
Eva Longoria – Kinesiology. The actress holds a bachelor's degree from Texas A&M University.
Kourtney Kardashian – Theatre Arts. The reality TV star’s academic achievement isn’t the first thing that comes to mind, but Kourtney is the only one out of her sisters to hold a college degree. She attended the University of Arizona and studied Theatre Arts.
Vinny Guadagnino – Political Science. The Jersey Shore star graduated from the College of Staten Island with a degree in political science and a 3.9 GPA.
James Franco – English. Surprisingly, James Franco is somewhat of a genius. The actor started off with a BA in English at UCLA, moved to Columbia University to earn a master’s and is currently pursuing a PhD at Yale.
Ashton Kutcher – Biochemical Engineering. The actor and former model enrolled at the University of Iowa in 1996 to study Biochemical Engineering.
Chris Martin – Latin and Ancient Greek Studies. The Coldplay boys actually met at University College London, where Martin graduated with a BA in Latin and Ancient Greek Studies.
Mayim Bialik – Neuroscience. The actress who plays neuroscientist Amy Farrer-Fowler on The Big Bang Theory actually has a degree in neuroscience from UCLA.
Natalie Portman – Psychology. Portman took a four year break from full-time acting to pursue a Psychology degree at Harvard
Gerard Butler – Law. Butler studied law at the University of Glasgow and even worked for a local law firm after graduating.
Matthew McConaughey – Radio, Television and Film. The actor received a BA in Radio, Television and Film at the University of Texas at Austin.
Will Ferrell – Sports Information. The comedic actor studied Sports Information at the University of South California before following his true passion of acting.
Lisa Kudrow – Psychobiology. The Friends actress surprisingly studied Psychobiology at the prestigious Vassar College in New York.
John Krasinski – English Literature. The Office star graduated with honors from Brown University in 2001.
John Legend – English and African-American Literature. The singer-songwriter studied English with an emphasis on African-American literature at the University of Pennsylvania.
Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson – Criminology and Physiology. The pro wrestler/actor graduated from the University of Miami with a bachelor's degree in general studies in criminology and physiology.
Carrie Underwood – Mass Communication. The American Idol winner fell a year short from graduating when she decided to compete on American Idol, but eventually went back to complete her bachelor's degree in mass communication with an emphasis in journalism from Northeastern State University.
Reba McEntire – Education. The country star graduated from Southeastern Oklahoma State University with a degree in elementary education.
Ken Jeong – Medicine. The Hangover star graduated from Duke University in 1990 and received his doctorate degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Medicine in 1995.
Rachel Maddow – Philosophy. The Rachel Maddow Show nightly TV host graduated with a Doctor of Philosophy in politics from the University of Oxford in 2001.
Bradley Cooper – English. The actor graduated with honors from Georgetown University in 1997 with an English degree.