At the University of California-San Diego's Visual Arts department, they take the "visual" part pretty seriously.

There's a course called "Performing For The Self", class 104A (here's the's a three-hour class!?) and it requires students to perform “a gesture that traces, outlines or speaks about your ‘erotic self(s),'” and apparently that means clothing-optional tests.

“It’s the standard canvas for performance art and body art,” Dominguez told local TV affiliate KGTV. “It is all very controlled. If they are uncomfortable with this gesture, they should not take the class.”

One student's mother agreed, calling the class a "perversion". I'll bet. There were never any classes like that when I was in college. Everybody wore several layers to all of my tests.

According to the UCSD Visual Arts department website, the course is a prerequisite for a verbal performance art class. It also has a reputation for being an easy class, with reportedly an average of 95% of students in the class receiving A's. I'll bet.