The University of California, Berkeley, is offering a course named “Nicki Minaj: The Black Barbie Femmecee & Hip Hop Feminisms.” The class, which will be available during the upcoming spring semester, will teach students about Minaj’s impact on the hip-hop music industry and how it connects to the “broader historical-social structures and hip-hop feminisms,” the course professor said on Twitter.

Minaj learned about the course when a Twitter user tagged her in a post.

“@NICKIMINAJ the University of California Berkeley is offering a lecture about you next semester called ‘Nicki Minaj: Hip-Hop and Feminism,'” the Twitter user wrote.

The “Bang Bang” singer apparently approves the idea.

“I’d love to stop by,” Minaj said in response to the tweet.

According to KTLA, other schools around the country are also offering courses on modern artists.

San Diego State University plans to offer a course on rapper Bad Bunny and his impact on Latinx culture while Texas State University will soon have a class focused on Harry Styles.