I majored in political science, not biological science, but those strike me as pretty good results.
As an undergraduate I majored in British and American literature at Rice University.
After high school, Borstein enrolled at San Francisco State University, where she majored in rhetoric.
Fun fact: Zuckerberg majored in both computer science and psychology.
Isabel Wilkinson is a recent graduate of Princeton University, where she majored in Art and Archaeology.
We've all majored in English except Jack, and I'll bet any one of us can give the others an exam offhand that they can't pass.
"Why, I majored in philosophy in college," said Parker, hesitatingly.
You told us before that you held a bachelor degree from Oklahoma University and that you majored in economics?
Susan had majored in ionic chemistry and had graduated with high honors.
She was Anne Weeks, a slender, dark-haired girl of 25 who had attended the state university and majored in dramatics.
c.1300, from Latin maior (earlier *magjos), irregular comparative of magnus "large, great" (see magnate). Used in music (of modes, scales, or chords) since 1690s, on notion of an interval a half-tone greater than the minor.
military rank, 1640s, from French major, short for sergent-major, originally a higher rank than at present, from Medieval Latin major "chief officer, magnate, superior person," from Latin maior "an elder, adult," noun use of the adjective (see major (adj.)). The musical sense attested by 1797.
"focus (one's) studies," 1910, American English, from major (n.) in sense of "subject of specialization" (1890). Related: Majored; majoring. Earlier as a verb, in Scottish, "to prance about, or walk backwards and forwards with a military air and step" [Jamieson, 1825].