Ex-band member, musician, songwriter, style icon, lovely cardigan ambassador, and now, topic of study. There's nothing Mr Styles can't do.
Get your CAO and passport in order, Styles fans, because Texas State University are actually introducing a course next semester on the feather boa wearing, sushi singing sensation, Harry Styles.
We can see the subtopics now; how Harry changed menswear with a bug-ish skirt suit, a case study on his 50 accents in this Zane Lowe interview, and baker to superstar: a history.
No doubt, Harry Styles is going to be one of the songbirds slash icons of a generation. And that's just the half of it — he's ushered in a new era of fashion, broken down gender stereotypes, and, like, he just seems so nice?
There are only 20 spots going for the course that's called "Harry Styles and the Cult of Celebrity: Identity, the Internet and European Pop Culture", so we reckon it'll be like 'The Hunger Games' to get a place.
For students that do manage to secure a spot in the class, you can expect to focus on his music in combination with popular culture in Europe to "understand the cultural and political development of the modern celebrity as related to questions of gender and sexuality, race, class, nation and globalism, media, fashion, fan culture, and consumerism".
All of that boils down to a syllabus that deep dives into his time with 'One Direction', his solo albums 'Harry Styles', 'Fine Line', and his latest drop 'Harry's House', and his onscreen work in films including 'Dunkirk', 'Eternals', in addition to the soon to be released 'Don't Worry Darling' and 'My Policeman'.
In conversation with NBC News, associate professor of digital history Louie Dean Valencia shared the reason behind pioneering such a course, "I've always wanted to teach a history class that is both fun, but also covers a period that students have lived through and relate to".
She continued "By studying the art, activism, consumerism, and fandom around Harry Styles, I think we'll be able to get to some very relevant contemporary issues. I think it's so important for young people to see what is important to them reflected in their curriculum".
Two things. Number one, we are extremely jealous of the 20 people who are going to be the first in the world to legitimately study Harry Styles. Number two, Irish universities, we hope you're taking notes.
Hands up if you'd study Harry Styles.