Colleges do offer classes that deal with financial markets, but I suspect a course that would teach students to profitably trade forex would be rare to nonexistent. Retail forex trading via the internet is an industry in infancy. Academia will take time to add any in depth lesson on it to any curriculum.
Economics courses will deal with price and monetary theories generally presented with econometrics unless you have an instructor who uses Austrian perspectives which recently came back in vogue but I think it is already fading again. Even more rare would be professors presenting Modern Monetary Theory (which is a bad name for the theory). UMKC economics teaches MMT. It is monetary theory that takes into account the fact that currencies are nothing more than credit pyramiding on tax credits. I think on some level an understanding of this could benefit currency traders, but I don't buy Mike Norman's MMT trading nonsense.
Reading and studying on your own is the only path to trading success. Enjoy the path.