And what the hell were you thinking, majoring in History of Film?
After To Die For, Affleck moved to New York and attended Columbia University for two years, majoring in physics and astronomy.
Barack Obama wrote a handwritten apology this week after making a joke about majoring in art history.
Frustrated, she decided to quit acting and attend the University of Chicago, majoring in international studies.
He's majoring in music industry with a minor in global studies.
"I'm thinking of majoring in physics when I go to Berkeley," Darryl said.
What he's majoring it for, Brocton and the devil alone know.
He was majoring in sociology through the advice of a faddist uncle who had never seen him.
Maistra ang gikúhang kursu ni Pirla, Perla is majoring in Education.
Brilliant in his work—he was majoring in chemistry—he was a mathematician who was never stopped.
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].