Florida May Vary Tuition Depending on College Major Governor's task force recommends change By John Johnson, Newser Staff Posted Oct 27, 2012 1:27 PM CDT 24 comments Comments A college text book, being read very quickly. (Shutterstock) (Newser) – Anthropology majors in Florida may have to pay higher tuition than science majors if a new task force on college costs gets its way. The panel set up by Gov. Rick Scott recommends that state schools give a break to students who major in math and science because related jobs are in demand in Florida, reports the Orlando Sentinel. By contrast, students who major in things like the performing arts, psychology, and political science would pay more because they would probably have to move out of state to find work. It's counter-intuitive, complains one student at Florida Atlantic. "Theater majors or English majors are not guaranteed to make a lot of money," she says. "Doctors and scientists, they make a lot of money. If anything, they should be paying more." But the chair of the task force says it's all about supply and demand. The state's Board of Governors would have to sign off on the change before it takes effect.