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Tiger Woods's wife taking 'impulse' class

  |   June 19, 2010 at 8:22 PM
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WINTER PARK, Fla., June 19 (UPI) -- Elin Nordegren, wife of pro golfer Tiger Woods, has enrolled in a Florida college summer psychology course on "human abnormal behavior," a school official says.

Among the topics covered by the class at Rollins College in Winter Park, Fla., will be sexual disorder, addiction and impulse disorders, TMZ reported Friday.

"She is a student in our evening program at Rollins," school spokeswoman Ann Marie Varga told E! News.

"The evening program offers undergraduate and graduate degrees, but she is an undergraduate student."

Woods announced in December 2009 he would take an indefinite leave from professional golf to focus on his marriage after admitting to numerous extramarital affairs.

Nordegren is reportedly considering divorce and demanding $750 million in settlement.

Woods returned to competition for the 2010 Masters in April.

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