In English: Majoran in the Caltech English Majoran is a major that was taught in the engineering department in the Faculty of Engineering at Caltech in the early 1960s and 1970s.
Caltech students learned majoran as part of a curriculum developed by the Engineering Department that included engineering, mathematics, computer science, and computer engineering.
The majoran was a first course, and in the mid-1970s, when it was discontinued, the department began the majoran-in-English program.
CalTech students can complete the majorana in two weeks.
What you need to know about majoran: A majorana is a course that teaches a language.
A minorana is the opposite.
Majoran has two parts: the language of instruction and the subjects taught.
Students can study the subjects in a variety of ways, including by taking the CalTech majorana, or taking a short course in the majora.
To learn more about majoranas, check out our Caltech minorana guide.