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What's your major?


  • Sciences

    Votes: 15 33.3%
  • Engineering

    Votes: 8 17.8%
  • Medical

    Votes: 3 6.7%
  • Business / Econ

    Votes: 6 13.3%
  • Communications

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Art

    Votes: 9 20.0%
  • History

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Language / Literature

    Votes: 2 4.4%
  • Education

    Votes: 1 2.2%
  • Other (specify)

    Votes: 11 24.4%

  • Total voters


it smells like dust and moon light
(If you're currently in school.)

Engineering (mechanical) here.

>inb4 elitist faggots start bashing on each other


Resistance is futile! If 0 ohm
(If you're currently in school.)

Engineering (mechanical) here.

>inb4 elitist faggots start bashing on each other
What's my major?
"B flat
~The night is young and you're so beautiful here among". . Oh wait you meant college.

I'm about to graduate in advertising design and print.
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Crusader for Cute
Oh hey, I used to have one of those.


Lady of the lake
Child psychology. WITH A MINOR IN PAIN!!


Only a Book Smart Nerd
Theatre Performance.
Now you stay at the table now instead of leaving me alone, college student. :V


Biology, hence benignBiotic. I focused on organismal bio, but ended up getting a lot of cellular/molecular experience. Frrrp.


It's Me Gordon, Barney from Black Mesa
Double major in economics and finance.


Technically Electrical Engineering. My course was essentially 6 months of prep so we barely learned anything, hence why the course is technically incomplete

Osiris the jackal

Therian of New Jersey
Double major/ trying for a double P.H.D, in geology and petroleum geology ( yes they are different ).


It was Political Science. Getting my degree in that merely confirmed to me that modern politics is a joke, and only marginally better than a state of total anarchy.

I also got a minor in Psychology. I like it a lot more and might have gone for the major if it wasn't so clinically-oriented.


I'm going for a chemistry major. I did have the plan to double major in that and computer science, but CS has just been confusing as hell. I have no idea what I'm going to minor in.


Vere Adeptus
Physics here, looking to do Matsci in grad school, focusing on nanoscale materials/nanotechnology.


Your Friendly Neighborhood Dino Therapist
I'm a 4th year doctoral candidate in Clinical Psychology. Dissertation and internship are the last two hurdles!


GTWT Survivor
Double major in chemistry and mathematics, considering a minor in computer science, and plan to branch into quantum mechanics in grad/post-grad.


The Last of Us.
Biology, hence benignBiotic. I focused on organismal bio, but ended up getting a lot of cellular/molecular experience. Frrrp.

That killed me, i took Biology as what im assuming is the US equivilant of a major. Everyone else in the class was a fucking chav, they had to take Biology to go with their PE courses. I was the only one interested in nature, i knew the scientific names of shit loads of animals, i could tell the difference between a H.salomis and a H.majscula yet i ended up with a U, the absolute worst mark you can get, i just cant do chemistry.

Im not sure if it was a major, after i completed secondary school you could stay on for a few more years to do A levels, i took biology and Art among others, pathetically i actually got a good grade and passed Art, I CANT EVEN FUCKING DRAW!

/rant -_-


Well-Known Member
Art. I started in graphic design, moved to digital animation/video games/CGI. But it seems a lot of those jobs are falling out, studios closing (THQ is gone along with the CGI company that did Life of Pi. Shame too, seeing as they're in the run for the Oscars and just closed doors), so I'm dusting off Plan B, putting some of my studies back into graphic design and photography.


"toxic and negative"
BA with Psychology major, but plan on doing a MBBS after I finish. Psychiatry is bitchin', y'all.


Undergrad economics student. Also, business and economics are comparable in the same way abstract art and architecture are. One is a bunch of monkeys in suits sitting in boardrooms while the dominant male plays with a powerpoint and uses buzzwords while prostituting himself to his boss, the other at least has a grasp of the formal science behind the economic structure of society.


If we are only talking about undergrad studies, I got my bachelors in cell biology. I really love it!
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Intermittent Poster
I'm starting a Bachelor of Medical Science next week. There is no major (ie the major is "Medical Science"), but I think in third year you do a "specialisation" which only affects third year courses (in pharmacology, anatomy, pathology etc). I'm pretty sure the only reason the program exists is for people who weren't accepted into undergraduate Medicine, but it's probably good that I ended up in Med Sci as opposed to Medicine, seeing as I didn't take chemistry or biology in senior high school :S