There is a similarity between college majors and movies. They both have a numerous amount of distinct categories and genres with unique characteristics. Below is a description of the overlapping traits of majors and similar film genres.
Biology as Adventure films
These majors study the functions of life and the ecosystems and roles that play into it. Like adventure films, they learn about exotic life and study complex information to reach a conclusion.
Raiders of the Lost Ark
Business & Management as Superhero films
These people are bold leaders with no problem taking action. They have a sharp wit for decision making and working with big budgets. Like superhero movies, they have high energy and work as a team.
Chemistry as Fantasy films
These students are highly logical and study the new and unimaginable, along with the barely believable. Although science isn't magic, sometimes chemistry appears to be as close as the fantasy scenes in films.
The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey
Communication as Action films
As storytellers, these people always have exciting stories and are usually on the move. They work with strategy, much like characters must do to survive their adventure. They have worked in many places and can regale you with their experiences.
Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl
Computer Science as Mystery films
Mysteries can be as perplexing as figuring out algorithms and programming. But like mystery movies, these majors always figure out the solution in the end.
Education as Comedy films
Have you ever known a teacher to not have a funny story about their class? These people are light-hearted and amusing, always looking for laughter and providing it too. Like comedy films, these majors exaggerate humorous scenarios.
Engineering as Sci-fi films
As visionaries with imaginative minds, these people study improbable environments with futuristic tech and the unknown. Science fiction isn't realistic yet, but perhaps it provides these majors with inspiration like time travel or space travel.
Star Wars: The Force Awakens
English as Romance films
Do you know an English major that doesn't like Jane Austen? Including literature backgrounds and writing, these majors crave social insight and adore when affectionate relationships are portrayed onscreen.
Fine/Studio Art as Animation films
Computer generated films are inspired by and products of beautiful art and become beautiful masterpieces, like what fine and studio art majors create.
Health Sciences as Drama films
Health science majors work in a large field and often do it to help people in some way. A little bit more serious in nature, drama films can be paired up with other genres and also appeal to audiences because they are centered around characters.
Liberal Arts/Humanities as Indie films
Nobody really understands what humanity majors study, and like independent films, they are produced outside of the mainstream media and often underfunded but provide a lot of soul.
Mathematics & Statistics as Spy films
These whip smart majors can quickly solve problems and apply accurate, simple solutions to complex problems by using technology to reduce risk, like what most spy films depict.
History as Historical films
These films are a visual interpretation of the past which is what history majors study and discern. These students are glued to documentaries and historical films, which show true depictions of significant events that were integral in history, and can tell you what is accurate or not.
Political Science as Biographical films
Other than political-related movies, these majors like to learn about the lives of others and their impact on history. Historical figures depicted in these films are usually prominent members of the government or political world that have affected the public.
Catch Me If You Can
Psychology as Horror & Thriller films
These majors learn about individuals and their environments. They study outsiders, behavioral problems, and emotions like fear. Horror and thriller films provide the abnormal antagonists psychologists learn about.
Theater as Musicals
Often more complicated and stressful than it appears, these people appreciate music and dance. They understand the complex hard work and talent it takes to pull off a musical masterpiece.