In Assassination Classroom 2, the Unkillable Teacher Koro-sensei not only teaches the fine art of assassination to his students, but many other subjects that will help them out in their assassination attempts. But doesn’t assassination sound more like a college major than a secondary/junior college subject?

We think that Koro-sensei’s talents would have been put to far better use as a university lecturer, since his knowledge is really more at a tertiary level than anything else. Besides, wouldn’t you want a big yellow smiley emoticon teaching you at university?

So here are six subjects that Koro-sensei could have taught in university! And if there’s a Koro-sensei University, please let me know. I’ll be the first to enrol!

1. Rocket Science

Imagine if Koro-sensei taught you to build this. Credit: Wait But Why

Imagine if Koro-sensei taught you to build this. Credit: Wait But Why

Koro-sensei’s powers are cosmic in nature – remember that he’ll destroy the entire planet if nobody assassinates him by the deadline! He’s also proven that he’s capable of defeating high-level technology, given the number of times he’s foiled the government’s attempts to assassinate him. Building a rocket should be a cinch for him, and an even easier task to teach university undergraduates.

Koro-sensei should be building a space station instead! That way, we’d have an outer space colony to evacuate to in the event that Koro-sensei does destroy the planet.

2. Geometry

Check out that perfect sphere! Credit: Kotaku

Check out that perfect sphere! Credit: Kotaku

Ever noticed how Koro-sensei’s head forms a perfect sphere? It’s almost as if there were some mathematical magic involved in his anatomy. Thanks to his tentacles, he can form any angle you require, and his head covers all shapes that don’t have hard corners and angles. He’d be the perfect geometry teacher since he can literally become all the angles you’re trying to solve!

Bonus: All that Geometry would definitely help in Rocket Science.

3. Marine Biology

Koro-sensei really does look an octopus. Credit: livescience

Koro-sensei really does look an octopus. Credit: livescience

What’s Koro-sensei’s nickname? Octopus. That’s because he’s got so many yellow tentacles that are lightning fast and unbelievably flexible. What better creature to teach you about marine life than a creature who’s almost part octopus himself? You’ll have live demonstrations of the capabilities of an octopus’ tentacles, and every lesson with him will be a hands-on one.

Let’s just hope nobody likes to eat calamari.

4. Pedagogy

Koro-sensei gives Nagisa (Ryosuke Yamada) a lesson in the first Assassination Classroom film. Credit: Colourless Opinions

Koro-sensei gives Nagisa (Ryosuke Yamada) a lesson in the first Assassination Classroom film. Credit: Colourless Opinions

One thing about Koro-sensei’s students – they all openly admit that he’s the best teacher they’ve ever had. There’s something about his teaching skills that make him so effective in the classroom. We suggest that he go to the National Institute of Education and teach a course on pedagogy, since he’s obviously doing something right. Wouldn’t we all want a Koro-sensei to teach us in school?

Would Koro-sensei be able to get PR in Singapore if he teaches at NIE?

5. Child Psychology

If only teaching a child was this easy. Credit: Fresh Parenting Ideas

If only teaching a child was this easy. Credit: Fresh Parenting Ideas

Koro-sensei has to deal with assassination attempts from his students every minute of every day, yet he manages to deflect them all in the midst of imparting knowledge to them. That octopus really knows how to read people, especially children. We’re betting there’s more of a science to that than an art, and Koro-sensei would be an excellent candidate to teach child psychology as a result. He’s got a whole class of guinea pigs to practice on, after all.

We wonder if Koro-sensei’s child psychology would work on himself, since’s he’s a bit child-like. Hm…

6. Anger Management

A guide to Koro-sensei's many moods. Credit: Roleplay Gateway

A guide to Koro-sensei’s many moods. Note: “Nameteru” means condescending and “nemui” means sleepy. Credit: Roleplay Gateway

Whenever he’s angry, he turns red, so Koro-sensei really needs to learn how to control that temper. There’s no hiding his emotions – a colour change means a mood swing. So his anger management style has to be effective, otherwise he’d be an open book to read. Again, you’d want someone who can walk the talk to teach you about anger mangement, so Koro-sensei’s the teacher for you!

What colour would he turn when he’s scared, though?

Poster for Assassination Classroom 2. Credit: Golden Village Cinemas

Poster for Assassination Classroom 2. Credit: Golden Village Cinemas

Catch Koro-sensei’s colour-changing moods in Assassination Classroom 2, where his class finally graduates! Do they ever manage to assassinate him in the end?

That’s the big question that Assassination Classroom 2 answers!

Credits: Wait But Why, Kotaku, livescience, Colourless Opinions, Fresh Parenting Ideas, Roleplay Gateway, Golden Village Cinemas, Stomach of Chaos