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    which is the right way:
    I want to get a college degree in something
    or I want to get a college degree on something

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    Quote Originally Posted by luis Blandon
    which is the right way:
    I want to get a college degree in something
    or I want to get a college degree on something
    We would normally say "in something".

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    In British English, I'd say 'on' is wrong and 'in' right.

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