Sure, you have a B.A. in Sociology, but you know that the most important lessons of college weren't learned in the classroom, but rather in the freshman dorm you woke up in that one time. Here are a few of the classes you unknowingly enrolled in, and their corresponding academic departments:
The curriculum of this course was focused on how to distinguish which parties were worth a time investment and which were unlikely to show meaningful returns. Special attention was paid to off campus parties which entailed NFT (Non-Foot Transportation) and theme parties requiring ETC (Excessively Thoughtful Costuming).
A crucial course for upholding your parents' perception of you as "not one of the bad ones." It was here where you learned how to act like you've still only seen pot once and you only drink one night a week. This course also included a field study in which you learned exactly how to drive back to your home town to intercept a disciplinary letter sent to your parents.
This course covered a wide range of skills including how to determine who had a prescription (keep an eye on who frequents the health clinic), the most polite way to ask (play it as desperate as possible), and the proper dosage with respect to workload (problem set: 10mg, exam prep: 20mg, entire senior thesis: 30mg X 10).
It was in this class that you learned how easy it was to manipulate the one professor in his late 20's. So desperate to be part of the part of the group, in on the joke, and potentially invited to the party, this guy will be willing to make even the strictest deadline slide if it means he's invited to this year's luau.
After excelling at Manipulating the Young Professor, you figured you could do it to anyone. Wrong. The second you tried to buddy up to the Old Professor for an extra day on that problem set, you realize that this guy stopped falling for that shit 80 years ago. Since he barely cares what the other professors think of him, you can be sure he doesn't give a damn about being your pal.
This is where you honed your ability suggest potential sexual rendezvous with your insignificant other without ever actually mentioning sex. Specifically, you learned just how vague you can be while still making an obvious requisition; that "What are you doing?", "Feel like watching a movie?", and "I'm bored." are just as good as "Would you like to have sex right now?"
This one is actually a whole department and you mastered every class within in. I Didn't Understand The Prompt (BS 125), Tried to Call You But My Phone Died (BS 225), and "I Love You" (BS 405). Asking for Extensions (BS 101) was where you learned how to amass a collective 62 additional days on various deadlines.