- v. present participle of major.
“We have 163 students majoring is Business Administration and Computer Science.”
“As a young man, McCallister toyed with the idea of majoring in music in college and sang folk music in the early 1960s before being drafted to the U.S. military.”
“I loved history so much that at one point I flirted with the idea of majoring in history in college (but called it off because the rational voice in my head was nagging me against it).”
“It's time that our leaders stop majoring in the minors, start leading and get this country back on track ...”
“Megan Tucker-Hall is a junior at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga where she is majoring in Psychology.”
“It was really complicated, with lots of little things you have to know," says Ms. Baral, a freshman majoring in biology.”
“Please, pull your heads out of your tail ends and create an individual thought, because that is what true liberty entails. (for future response to those who will cloak behind your answer that I am probably just another 'lazy, dope smoking' liberal, I work full-time and am majoring in bioengineering, not an elitist, just an idealist)”
“Peterson attended Duke University in the early 1960s, majoring in political science and editing the student newspaper.”
“Raised in Maryland, he earned his bachelor's degree from the University of Maryland, majoring in government and politics.”
“The closed doors story is BS - most of us just don't want to pay the price (going all the way back to majoring in physics or engineering rather than psychology or political science).”
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