If Your College Major Was A 'Brooklyn 99' Character
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If Your College Major Was A 'Brooklyn 99' Character


If Your College Major Was A 'Brooklyn 99' Character

Everyone knows that the characters on "Brooklyn 99" are all amazing detectives/geniuses/people, but in another world they all end up in very different fields. In that other world, they all have college majors, but which ones?

Here are the "Brooklyn 99" characters as they represent college majors.

1. Music

No one at the 99 has a greater appreciation for the amazing art of classical music than Captain Raymond Holt. Plus, he had thoughts on Beyonce's Lemonade that we were never blessed enough to hear.

2. Education

Amy Santiago would be a great teacher, specifically to organize a classroom. Probably not with children, because they're pretty chaotic, but she deals with Jake so we'll give her the whole spectrum of grades.

3. Accounting

Based on how she declared Jake in crippling debt and was making real estate moves behind the scenes, we know Gina can crunch numbers like nobody's business.

4. Nursing

We all know that Terry loves to pump up his own body and to take care of the people he loves. Let's just squish the body and caring for people together and get Terry into some nursing classes.

5. Undecided

Scully would spend most of his first few years, and last couple of years, trying to decide what his strengths and weaknesses were.

6. Business

Sorry, not sorry.

7. Culinary Arts

Charles' food blog would be a hit with his professors. He'd spend four years learning to craft and critique with the best of the best.

8. Chemical Engineering

There are only so many ways you can advocate blowing things up, but for science, Rosa would be able to let that happen.

9. Communications

Those stories of the good old times would be given with a university degree in this other world.

10. Film

Jake Peralta loves Die Hard so much that it inspires him to major in Film just so he can compare every single movie to Die Hard. After graduation, he makes loads of cop films.

11. Government/Political Science

We all know that Wunch thrives off of using policy to tie the hands of those who have scorned her. College would never change that.

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