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If College Majors Were Christmas Cookies

Choosing a Christmas cookie is almost as hard as picking a major.

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If College Majors Were Christmas Cookies
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Christmas is, in fact, the best time of the year. Of course, we cannot forget about Thanksgiving, but, unfortunately for Thanksgiving, Christmas is kind of like the cooler older sibling.

I mean, come on, Christmas has Christmas trees, decorations, snow, presents, my birthday and the best of all — Christmas cookies!

Christmas cookies are often enjoyed for their delectable taste, but a little-known fact is that they are also perfect for describing college majors! Here is the definitive ranking of some college majors as Christmas cookies!

1. Art Majors: Sugar Cookies

Just like Sugar Cookies, Art majors come up with unique ways to do the same thing — they're always looking for a way to elevate a project or assignment. Just like how sugar cookies come in tons of different shapes, sizes and host various decorations.

2. Business Majors: Gingerbread Cookies

Just like Gingerbread cookies, business majors are a classic staple. They're versatile and appropriate for many different holiday occasions, just like business majors can take a variety of career paths.

3. Journalism/Communication Majors: Dipped Ginger Cookies

Communication and Journalism majors have a strict way of doing things — they know exactly how to get the story they want through an age-old process. However, they aren't afraid to try something new to get the story they want, either, just like how dipping these classic cookies in white chocolate gives them a new look, trying out a new story method can give a story a fresh angle as well.

4. English Majors: Peppermint Cookies

English majors often get questioned about the practicality of their major, similarly, peppermint cookies often get questioned because mints already exist. But, just like English majors — peppermint cookies are a vital force in the world.

5. History Majors: Christmas Tree Cookies

Christmas trees are a staple symbol of Christmastime — similarly, history majors are able to tell you all about the important or notorious events from different points in history!

6. Biology Majors: Snowball Cookies

Biology majors are always up for a new experiment to discover something new — just like how snowball cookies can be filled with many different things and are always a surprise!

7. Psychology Majors: Lemon Curd Sandwich Cookies

Seemingly straightforward, but actually one of the hardest majors to study (and cookies to make) out there!

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