Tag: Course_Listings


  • Herbology

    Herbology is the study of magical and mundane plants and fungi, making it the wizarding equivalent to 

    History of Magic

    History of Magic is a core class and subject. This class is a study of magical history. This is one of the subjects where the use of magic practically isn't necessary. The lesson plan usually consists of lectures on the ' …

  • Muggle Studies

    Muggle Studies is part of the non-magical studies curriculum. It is exactly what the name implies — the study of the daily lives of Muggles and how …

  • Astronomy

    Astronomy is a core class and subject taught. Astronomy is a branch of magic that studies stars and the movement of planets. It is a subject where the use of practical magic during lessons isn't necessary. Astronomy lessons are …

  • Charms

    Charms is a core class and subject. Unsurprisingly, it specialises in the teaching of charms. Even though mastering the science of charmwork is clearly essential to …

  • Enchantments

    Enchantments are related to Charms - the main difference being that an Enchantment is considered a "greater magic" that permanently imbues an object or place with magic that can (over time) become semi-sentient.

    Enchantments is …

  • Summoning

    Summoning magic is used to - as the name implies - summon objects or beings by the summoner. Beginning summoning focuses on less dangerous subjects, namely objects. Stronger and more difficult subjects of summoning are addressed after further study as …

  • Magical Theory

    Magical theory investigates how magic/spells work and why, and is often considered necessary to the creation of new spells. 




    • Introduction to Magical Horology
  • Spiritual Studies

    Studies ghosts, hauntings, and other related phenomena. Generally doesn't require magic, though there are courses offered for those whom naturally possess medium abilities.