Everyone knows that alcohol can often be associated with college life in a social aspect. But the question is, how does alcohol relate to the educational aspect of college. Biased or not this is how I see each major as an alcoholic drink or rearrange them as you see fit.
1. Engineering Majors - Moonshine
To those who excel in the engineering department, you show that you can handle tough times. Therefore, I'm sure a shot of moonshine would not phase those who are brave enough to study the subject.
2. Marketing Majors - Hard Cider
Due to the fact that marketing sort of goes along with business, hard cider is the way to go for you.
3. Business Majors - Beer
Just as thousands of others have chosen to do, you chose to be the basic student and study business. So you're stuck with the basic choice of drink, beer.
4. Communication Majors - Piña Colada
What's more fun and creative than a frozen or on the rocks drink with a cute little umbrella? Only a comm. student.
5. Education Majors - Wine
Let's be honest after a day spent with hundreds of kids, you need a smooth drink, but also something that'll help take the edge off.
6. Nursing Majors - Vodka
You're around sterilizing alcohol all day long, and honestly, there is such a small difference between that and vodka itself.
7. History Majors - Whiskey
Aged just like your major, whiskey and history never get old, and it'll never go out of style.
8. English Majors - Margaritas
Although the subject may not sound enticing, the thought of a margarita does. With the hiding taste of tequila, it doesn't hit you until the end, just as a well-written book.
9. Accounting - Martinis
Sophisticated and well rounded these students tend to be, just as the drink. But spend too long studying or drinking one of these and you'll end up with a pounding headache and confusion.
10. Chemistry/Biology/Pre Med Majors - Rum
If you're training to be a doctor, researcher, or anything of that nature, you need to have some fun but also get yourself together. Just as you can have fun with rum, but when it's done, it's done.