100+ Best List of Courses in University 2024

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Courses to Study in Nigeria

This article consists of the 100+ Best List of Courses in University. We already know Nigeria is home to some of the finest institutions of higher education in Africa, offering a wide range of courses for students to choose from. With the country’s increasing emphasis on knowledge-based industries and skills development, the demand for quality education is at an all-time high.

As a result, Nigerian universities are constantly exploring new ways to stay ahead of the curve and provide their students with the best possible learning experience. In this article, you will find over 100 courses in university byou can study in Nigerian universities or any other university in the world. The courses listed and explained below are not only for Nigerian students but for students from every other country.

In the information provided, you will get to learn about the university courses in Nigeria, their WEAC & JAMB combinations, duration, the institution of study, and job opportunities. If you are confused about anything or any course, email us @chibuzorassumpta4@gmail.com.

University Courses in Nigeria

Nigerian University Courses/WEAC/JAMB Combinations

There are many courses offered at Nigerian universities, we have compiled a list of the most popular and lucrative courses for you to choose from, kindly go through the courses and make your choice.

  1. Law
  2. Chemical Engineering
  3. Electronic Engineering
  4. Civil Engineering
  5. Mechanical Engineering
  6. Computer Engineering
  7. Marine Engineering
  8. Agricultural Engineering
  9. Estate Management
  10. Quantity Surveying
  11. Petroleum Engineering
  12. Physics
  13. Chemistry
  14. Mathematics
  15. Medicine and Surgery
  16. Pharmacy
  17. English Language
  18. Linguistic
  19. Urban and Regional Planning
  20. Economics
  21. Statistics
  22. Fishery
  23. Architecture
  24. Banking and Finance
  25. Medical Laboratory Science
  26. Business Administration
  27. Philosophy
  28. Soil Science
  29. Biochemistry
  30. Mass Communication
  31. Political Science
  32. Botany
  33. Microbiology
  34. Nursing
  35. Accountancy
  36. Zoology
  37. Business Management
  38. Hospitality and Tourism
  39. Insurance
  40. Dentistry
  41. Systems Engineering
  42. Structural Engineering
  43. Metallurgical and Material Engineering
  44. Production and Industrial Engineering
  45. Industrial Relations and Personal Management
  46. History and International Studies
  47. Music
  48. Computer Science
  49. Software Engineering
  50. Hardware Engineering
  51. Forest Resources Management
  52. Home Science. Nutrition and Dietetics
  53. Foreign Languages and Literature
  54. Automobile Engineering
  55. Biomedical Engineering
  56. Engineering Physics
  57. Food Science Engineering
  58. Industrial and Production Engineering
  59. Information Communication Engineering
  60. Water Resources and Environmental Engineering
  61. Anatomy
  62. Public Health Technology
  63. Veterinary Medicine
  64. Arabic
  65. Communication Arts
  66. Criminology and Security Studies
  67. Curriculum Studies
  68. Demography and Social Statistics
  69. Entrepreneurship
  70. Fine Arts
  71. French
  72. Hausa
  73. History
  74. Human Resource Management
  75. Igbo
  76. International Relations
  77. Islamic Studies
  78. Marketing
  79. Media and Communication Studies
  80. Peace and Conflict Resolution
  81. Performing Arts
  82. Physiology
  83. Project Management
  84. Psychology
  85. Public Administration
  86. Building Technology
  87. Information Technology
  88. Private Law  
  89. Public Law
  90. Commercial Law
  91. International Law and Jurisprudence
  92. Health Education
  93. Vocational Education
  94. Guidance and Counseling
  95. Education Arts
  96. Environmental Education
  97. Education and Religious Studies
  98. Education and Political Science
  99. Education and Social Studies
  100. Education and Physics
  101. Education and Music
  102. Education and Islamic Studies
  103. Education and Mathematics
  104. Education and Integrated Science
  105. Education and Introductory Technology
  106. Education and Geography
  107. Education and History
  108. Education and French

LAW

This is the study of rules and regulations that governs society and how to seek justice with these rules. Lawyers tackle some of the pressing problems in society and resolve conflicts and issues that seem irresolvable in modern society. Law students learn about the rights and responsibilities of individuals and organizations, as well as the processes and procedures used to resolve disputes and bring about justice.

O’ Level Requirements: 5 credit passes in WAEC/NECO with subjects including Mathematics, English Language, Literature in English, Government, and any other Arts/Social Science Subjects (CRS/IRS, Commerce, Economics, etc). It is a 5 years course.

Jamb Combination: Mathematics, English Language, Literature in English, any art or social science subject like Government, Economics, or Commerce.

Institution: This course can only be studied at the University.

Job Opportunities for law graduates: Records clerks, Legal Secretaries, Paralegals, Accountants, Staff Attorneys, Human Resources Managers, Associate Attorneys, Information Technology Managers, Senior Associate Attorneys, and Litigation Attorneys.

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING

This is the study of operations and design of chemical plants as well as methods of improving production. Chemical Engineers convert raw materials into useful products using the principles of chemistry, physics, mathematics, biology, and economics. They produce, design, transport, and transform energy and materials.

O’ Level Requirements: 5 credits passes in WAEC/NECO with subjects including Mathematics, English Language, Physics, Chemistry, and one other Science Subject. It is a 5 years course

Institution: Universities, and Polytechnics.

Jamb Combinations: English, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry.

Job Opportunities for Chemical Engineering graduates: Graduates of chemical engineering can secure jobs as; chemical plant and system operators, Manufacturing Production technicians, Food Scientists, Biotechnologists, and Environmental engineers.

ELECTRICAL/ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING

This is the study of designs and applications of equipment, devices, and systems which use electricity, electronics, and electromagnetism.

O’ Level Requirements: 5 credit passes in WAEC/NECO with subjects including Mathematics, English Language, Chemistry, Physics, and any other science subject. It is a 5 years course.

Jamb Combination: Mathematics, English Language, Chemistry, and Physics.

Institution: Universities and Polytechnics

Job Opportunities for Electrica/Electronic Engineering graduates: Graduates of this course can secure a job as an electrical & Instrumentation Trainer H/F, Senior Data Scientist, Equipment engineer, Electrical design engineer, Electrical systems engineer, etc.

CIVIL ENGINEERING

This a professional engineering discipline that deals with the design, construction, and maintenance of the physical and naturally built environment such as roads, bridges, canals, dams, pipelines, airports, sewage systems, and structural components of railways and buildings. It is a five years course.

O’ Level Requirements: 5 credit passes in WAEC/NECO with subjects including Mathematics, English Language, Physics, Chemistry, and one other science subject. It is a 5 years course.

Jamb Combination: Mathematics, English Language, Physics, and Chemistry.

Institutions: Universities and Polytechnics.

Job Opportunities for civil engineering graduates:   Graduates of this course can work as; Building services engineers, construction managers, engineering geologists, fire risk assessors, geotechnical engineers, patent attorneys, quantity surveyors, sustainability consultants, etc.

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

This is the study of the combination of engineering physics and mathematics principles with materials science to design, analyze, manufacture, and maintain mechanical systems. It involves design, production, and machinery operations. It is a five years course.

O’ Level Requirements: 5 credit passes in WAEC/NECO with subjects including Mathematics, English Language, Physics, Chemistry, and any other science subject. It is a 5 years course.

Jamb Combination: Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, and English Language.

Institution: Universities and Polytechnics.

Job Opportunities for mechanical engineering graduates: Graduates of this course can work as; maintenance technicians, safety officers, mechanical technicians, field service engineers, mechanical engineers, Design piping engineers, etc.

COMPUTER ENGINEERING

This is a branch of electrical engineering, it is a study of how to design, develop and install computer hardware and software. Computer Engineers design, build and test hardware components and systems.

O’ Level Requirements: 5 credit passes in WAEC/NECO with subjects including mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, English Language, and any other science subject e.g. computer science, biology, etc. It is a 5 years course.

Jamb Combination: Mathematics, English Language, Physics, and Chemistry

Institution: Universities and Polytechnics.

Job Opportunities for computer engineering graduates: Graduates of this course can secure jobs as; multimedia programmers, web developers, technical support specialists, forensic computer analysts, computer programmers, IT consultants, Game developers, Industrial engineers, computer systems analysts, database administrators, information systems managers, etc.

MARINE ENGINEERING

This is the study of boats, ships, submarines, and any other marine vessel. They design, operate, and maintain watercraft propulsion and ocean systems. It is a five years course.

O’ Level Requirements: 5 credit passes in WAEC/NECO with subjects including Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics, English Language, and any other science subject. It is a 5 years course.

Jamb Combination: English, Mathematics, Physics, and chemistry.

Institution: Universities.

Job Opportunities for Marine Engineering graduates: Graduates of this course gets employed as; marine technician, ship fitters, watercraft engineers, marine engineering assistants, marine engineering professors, chief marine engineer, marine engineering coordinator, etc.

AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING

This is a branch of engineering that deals with the design of farm machinery, the location and planning of farm structures, farm drainage, soil management, and erosion control, rural electrification, water supply, and irrigation, and the processing of farm products. It is a five years course.

O’ Level Requirements: 5 credit passes in WAEC/NECO with subjects including Mathematics, English Language, Physics, Chemistry, and Agricultural Science.

Jamb Combination: English Language, Mathematics, Chemistry, and Physics.

Institution: Universities and Polytechnics

Job Opportunities for graduates of agricultural engineering: Graduates of this course get employed as; agriculture specialists, food production workers, soil technicians, freight coordinators, research associates, Irrigation technicians, architectural designers, agricultural equipment technicians, process engineers, etc.

ESTATE MANAGEMENT

This is the study of acquisition, development, marketing, surveying, and management of the property which includes a broad category of commercial property such as lands, offices, hotels, shops, etc.

O’ Level Requirements: 5 credit passes in WAEC/NECO with subjects including Mathematics, Chemistry, English Language, and Economics, with any other science subject such as physics, Geography, Biology, or Agric science. It is a 5 years course.

Jamb Combination: English Language, Mathematics, Economics, and any other science subject like physics or chemistry.

Institution: Universities and Polytechnics

Job Opportunities for estate management graduates: Graduates of this course get jobs as; estate managers, building control surveyors, property managers, legal assistants, regional facilities managers, front desk officers, etc.

QUANTITY SURVEYING

Quantity surveyors deal with the management of the contractual and financial side of construction projects by ensuring that construction projects are completed within their project budget. They help with the valuation of construction work for the contractor, bid, budget, and submit bills to the client. It is a five years course.

O’ Level Requirements: 5 credit passes in WAEC/NECO with subjects including English Language, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, and any other fine arts like Biology, Geography, woodwork, Economics, Technical Drawing, etc.

Jamb Combination: Mathematics, Physics, and any of Chemistry, Geography, Art, Biology, and Economics.

Institution: Universities and Polytechnics.

Job Opportunities for quantity surveying graduates: Graduates in this field can work as; Project engineers, Planning & scheduling engineer, controls engineers, draftsmen, etc.

PETROLEUM ENGINEERING

This is the study of the production of Hydrocarbons, which can be crude oil or natural gas. Petroleum engineers provide strategies and materials convenient for the extraction of oil and gas from the ground to aid the world’s energy needs. It is a five years course.

O’ Level Requirements: 5 credit passes in WAEC/NECO with subjects including English Language, Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics, and any other science subject.

Jamb Combination: Use of English, Physics, Mathematics, and Chemistry.

Institution: Universities and Polytechnics.

Job Opportunities for petroleum engineering graduates: Graduates of this course can work as; oil drilling engineers, reservoir engineers, oil well engineers, natural gas engineers, oil exploration engineers, completions engineers, production engineers, etc.

PHYSICS

This is the study of nature, matter, its motion, force, energy, and its interactions. It is a four years course.

O’ Level Requirements: 5 credit passes in WAEC/NECO with subjects including English Language, Mathematics, Physics, and any other two from Chemistry, Biology, Agricultural Science, and Economics.

Jamb Combination: Use of English, Physics, Mathematics, and Chemistry or Biology.

Institution: Universities, Polytechnics, and Colleges.

Job Opportunities for physics graduates: Graduates of this course work as; physics teachers or professors, physics researchers, business analysts, data analysts, forensic researchers, etc.

CHEMISTRY

This is the scientific study of the properties and behavior of matter. It deals with the structure, properties, and reactions of the chemical elements and the compounds they form. It is a four years course

O’ Level Requirements: 5 credit passes in WAEC/NECO with subjects including Mathematics, English Language, Physics, Chemistry, and Biology.

Jamb Combination: Use of English, Chemistry, and any other two from Physics, Biology, and mathematics.

Institution: Universities, Polytechnics, and Colleges.

Job Opportunities for chemistry graduates: Graduates of this course can work as; chemical technicians, chemistry teachers, analytical chemists, water chemists, toxicologists, hazardous waste chemists, etc.

MATHEMATICS

This is the study of numbers, shapes, quantity, Structure, order, and relation that has evolved from elemental practices of counting, measuring, and describing the shapes of objects. It deals with quantitative calculation and logical reasoning. It is a four years course.

O’ Level Requirements: 5 credit passes in English Language, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, and any other relevant science subject.

Jamb Combination: Mathematics, English Language, and any other two from chemistry, Physics, and Economics or Geography.

Institution: Universities, Polytechnics, and College of Education.

Job Opportunities for mathematics graduates: Graduates of this course can work as; management accountants, actuaries, bank examiners, market research analysts, financial analysts, marketing managers, financial planners, teachers or professors, etc.

MEDICINE AND SURGERY

This a professional study of the art, practice, and work of treating diseases, injuries, or deformities by manual or operative procedures. People in this field diagnose, treat and prevent diseases or disorders of the body. It is a 6-8 years course.

O’ Level Requirements: 5 credit passes in WAEC/NECO with subjects including English Language, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, and Biology.

Jamb Combination: Use of English, Physics, Chemistry, and Biology.

Institution: Universities

Job Opportunities for medicine and surgery graduates: Graduates of this course can secure jobs as; public health workers, health journalists, medical teachers, clinical forensic medical examiners, crowd doctors, surgeons, etc.

PHARMACY

This is the study of the discovery, preparation, production, compounding, and preservation of medical drugs. Pharmacists are responsible for the quality of medicines supplied to patients and they ensure the supply of medicines is within the law. It is a six years course.

O’ Level Requirements: 5 credit passes in WAEC/NECO with subjects including English Language, Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics, and Biology.

Jamb Combination: Use of English, Mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry.

Institution: Universities.

Job Opportunities for graduates of this course: Graduates of this course can work as; pharmacologists, medical sales representatives, clinical research associates, higher education lecturers, government hospital pharmacists, private hospital pharmacists, e-commerce pharmacists, retail store pharmacists, industrial pharmacists, etc.

ENGLISH LANGUAGE

This is the study of the history of the English Language and the differences between English dialects to understand and explore the way in which English has evolved and developed over time to become useable in a huge variety of formal and informal situations and by a huge number of people. It is a four years course.

O’ Level Requirement: 5 credit passes in WEAC/NECO with subjects including Literature in English, English Language, any other three Arts, and Social Science subjects.

Jamb Combination: Use of English, Literature in English, Christian Religious Knowledge, Government, or Economics.

Institution: Universities, Polytechnics, and Colleges.

Job opportunities for English language graduates: Graduates of this course can work as; magazine journalists, newspaper journalists, editorial assistants, private tutors, technical writers, high school English teachers, public relation specialist, etc.

LINGUISTICS

This is the scientific study of human language and communication. People in this field study a particular language and the general properties common to all languages or large groups of languages. It is a four years course.

O’ Level Requirements: 5 credit passes in WAEC/NECO with subjects including English Language, Mathematics, Government, Literature in English, and one Nigerian Language.

Jamb Combination: Use of English, Literature in English, Christian Religious Knowledge, Government, or Economics.

Institution: Universities, Polytechnics, and College of Education.

Job opportunities for linguistic graduates: Graduates of this course can work as; language specialists, technical writers, translators, copy editors, foreign language teachers, linguists, digital copywriters, linguistic professors, etc.

URBAN AND REGIONAL PLANNING

This is the study of how to develop the land using plans and programs that help create communities, accommodate the population, and give new life to physical facilities. It is a five years course.

O’ Level Requirements: 5 credit passes in WAEC/NECO with subjects including Mathematics, English Language, Geography, and any other two from chemistry, Economics, Physics, Further Mathematics, Civic Education, etc.

Jamb Combination: Geography, Mathematics, Use of English and Economics

Institution: Universities and Polytechnics.

Job opportunities for urban and regional planning graduates: Graduates of this course can work as; building surveyors, estate managers, Facilities managers, environmental managers, civil service administrators, estate agents, etc.

ECONOMICS

This is the study of scarcity and its implications for the use of resources, Production of goods and services, growth of production and welfare over time, and other complex issues of vital concern to society. It is a social science course that stakes in other fields which includes mathematics, sociology, engineering, psychology, law, political science, geography, medicine, and business.

O’ Level Requirements: 5 credits pass in WAEC/NECO with subjects including English Language, Mathematics, Economics, and any other two arts or social science subjects.

Jamb Combination: Use of English, Mathematics, Economics, and Government.

Institution: Universities, Polytechnics, and College.

Job opportunities for economics graduates: Graduates of this course work as; health economics, environmental researcher, credit analyst, bank examiner, accountants, financial risk analysts, data analysts, investment analysts, etc.

STATISTICS

This is the study of the mathematical body of science that pertains to the collection, organization, analysis, interpretation, and presentation of data. It is a mathematical science and a four years course.

O’ Level Requirements: 5 credits in WAEC/NECO with subjects including Use of English, Mathematics, and any three from Physics, Statistics, Chemistry, Further Mathematics, Geography, and Economics.

Jamb Combination: Use of English, Mathematics, and any two of Physics, Chemistry, and Economics.

Institution: Universities/ Polytechnics and College of Education.

Job Opportunities for statistics graduates: Graduates of this course can work as; finance professionals, IT professionals, research administrative professionals, cost estimators, business analysts, database administrators, etc.

FISHERY

This is the study and management of fish; it is the process of feeding, and managing fish during growth, control of pests and diseases, storage, harvesting, and processing fish. It is a five years course.

O’ Level Requirements: 5 credit passes in WAEC/NECO with subjects including English Language, Mathematics, Chemistry, Biology, and Agricultural Science or any other science subject.

Jamb Combination: Chemistry, Use of English, Biology/Agricultural Science, and any other Science subject.

Institution: Universities, Polytechnics, and Colleges.

Job Opportunities for fishery graduates: Graduates of this course can work as; fish culturists, fish and game wardens, aquatic biologists, aquaculturists, fish hatchery managers, environment specialists, etc.

ARCHITECTURE

This is the art and science of designing and engineering large structures and buildings, open areas, communities, and other artificial constructions and environments. They supervise works, and examine, restore, or remodel existing buildings. It is a four years course.

O’ Level Requirements: 5 credit passes in WAEC/NECO with subjects including English Language, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, and any Fine Art, Geography, or Technical Drawing.

Jamb Combination: Use of English, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Fine Arts, or any other science subject.

Institution: Universities and polytechnics

Job Opportunities for architecture graduates: Graduates of this course can work as; product designers, historic buildings inspectors, building surveyors, architectural technologists, town planners, interior and spatial designers, structural engineers, architects, research architects, landscape architects, lighting architects, etc.

BANKING AND FINANCE

This course explores the dynamic, fast-paced world of money, shares, credits, and investments. It is a four years course.

O’ Level Requirements: 5 credit passes in English Language, Mathematics, Economics, and any two of Financial Accounting, Government, Commerce, Geography, Biology, and Civic Education.

Institution: Universities and Polytechnics.

Job Opportunities for banking and finance graduates: Graduates of this course can work as; budget analyst, banker, bank manager, accountants, bank tellers, stockbrokers, finance controllers, financial analysts, etc.

MEDICAL LABORATORY SCIENCE

This is the study of how to use clinical Laboratory Tests to detect, diagnose, monitor, and also treat disease. It is a four years course.

O’ Level Requirements: 5 credit passes in English Language, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, and Biology.

Jamb Combination: Use of English, Chemistry, Physics, and Biology or Zoology.

Institution: Universities and Polytechnics.

Job Opportunities for medical laboratory science: Graduates of this course can work as; pharmaceutical technicians, medical laboratory technicians, chemistry technicians, chemical and materials scientists, clinical technologists, biological technicians, blood bank technologists, etc.

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

This course has to do with managing of organization’s resources, business time, and people to ensure they are running efficiently, effectively, and profitably. It is a five years course.

O’ Level Requirements: 5 credit passes in English Language, Mathematics, Economics, and any other two from Government, Accounting, Geography, Commerce, Civic Education, CRS, and Business Management.

Jamb Combination: Use of English, Mathematics, Economics, and any other subject.

Institution: Universities, Polytechnics, and College of Education.

Job Opportunities for business administration graduates: Graduates of this course can work as; Office administrators, human resources managers, industrial production managers, management analysts, etc.

PHILOSOPHY

This is the study of general and basic questions about existence, reason, knowledge, values, language, and mind. It is a four years course.

O’ Level Requirement: 5 credit passes in English Language, Mathematics, Government, and two other art subjects from Biology, Physics, Chemistry, Religious Studies, Geography, History, Economics, and other relevant subjects.

Jamb Combination: Use of English, Government, Christian Religious Knowledge, and other Arts Subjects.

Institution: Universities

Job Opportunities for philosophy graduates: Graduates of this course can work as; psychologists, marketing managers, reporters, research consultants, data analysts, writers, legal specialists, teachers, etc.

SOIL SCIENCE

This is the study of the formation and distribution of soil, the biological, physical, and chemical properties, and the processes of soil and how they interact with wider systems to help inform environmental management, industry, and sustainable development. It is a four years course.

O’ Level Requirements: 5 credit passes in English Language, Mathematics, Chemistry, Biology/Agricultural Science, and any other science subject.

Jamb Requirement: Use of English, Chemistry, Biology or Agricultural Science, Mathematics, or Physics.

Institution: Universities and Polytechnics.

Job Opportunities for soil science graduates: Graduates of this course can work as; agroecology specialists, conservationists, agricultural consultants, horticultural consult, plant breeders, farm managers, animal genetics, etc.

BIOCHEMISTRY

This is the study of chemical substances and processes relating to microorganisms, animals, and plants and the changes they undergo during development and life. It is a four years course.

O’ Level Requirement: 5 credit passes in English Language, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, and Mathematics.

Jamb Combination: Use of English, Chemistry, Physics, or Mathematics.

Institution: Universities and Polytechnics

Job Opportunities for Biochemistry graduates: Graduates of this course can work as; data scientists, pharmacologists, analytical chemists, ecologists, biomedical or forensic scientists, clinical research associates, medical chemists, etc.

MASS COMMUNICATION

This is the study of how to exchange information through the mass media to the public or group of people far and near through radio, television, social networking, billboard, newspapers, magazines, film, internet, and books. It is a three to four years course.

O’ Level Requirements: 5 credit passes in English Language, Literature in English, Government, CRS, and any other arts or social science subject.

Jamb Combination: Use of English, Government, Literature, CRS/IRS.

Institution: Universities, Polytechnics, College of Education.

Job opportunities for mass communication graduates: Graduates of this course can work as; Journalism, marketing and advertising, photography, content writing, broadcasting, film production, communication specialist, chambers of commerce, professional associations, etc.

POLITICAL SCIENCE

This is the scientific study of politics. It is a social science course that deals with understanding political ideologies, policies, processes, and behaviors in relation to their groups, classes, diplomacy, law, government, strategy, and war. It is s four years course.

O’ Level Requirements: 5 credit passes in English Language, Mathematics, Government or History, and any other two from Economics, Literature in English, Civic Education, and CRS/IRS.

Jamb Combination: Use of English, Government, Literature in English, and any of the subjects at O’ level.

Institution: Universities, Polytechnics, and College of Education.

Job Opportunities for political science graduates: Graduates of this course can work as; lobbyists, special interest advocates, campaign managers, press secretaries, legislative or congressional aides, policy analysts, legislative assistants, public relations specialists, etc.

BOTANY

This is the study of plants, People in this field study how plant functions, what they look like, where they grow, their relations to each other, how human beings make use of it, and how it evolves. It is a four years course.

O’ Level Requirements: 5 credit passes in English Language, Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry, and physics.

Jamb Combination: Use of English, Biology, Chemistry, and any other science subject.

Institution: Universities and Polytechnics.

Job Opportunities for botany graduates: Graduates of this course can work as; field botanists, naturalists, biotechnologies, plant geneticists, florists, farm managers, foresters, etc.

MICROBIOLOGY

This is the study of microscopic organisms which includes viruses, algae, slime molds, fungi, bacteria, archaea, and protozoa. These organisms are living organisms and cannot be seen with the naked eye. It is a four years course.

O’ Level Requirements: 5 credit passes in English Language, Mathematics, Chemistry, Biology, and Physics.

Jamb Combination: Use of English, Biology, Chemistry, and Physics or Mathematics.

Institution: Universities, Polytechnics, and College of Education.

Job Opportunities for microbiology graduates: Graduates of this course can work as; research scientists, food or dairy microbiologist, environmental microbiologist, quality control analyst, fermentation technologists, clinical microbiologists or immunologists, etc.

NURSING

This is a professional study focused on the care of human health; they help individuals and their families, and society to recover from illness to a healthy state of the body and mind. It is a five years course.

O’ Level Requirements: 5 credit passes in English Language, Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry, and Physics.

Jamb Combination: Use of English, Chemistry, Biology, and Physics.

Institution: Universities and Polytechnics.

Job Opportunities for nursing graduates: Graduates of this course can work as; health visitors, health play specialists, intensive therapists, children’s nurses, adult nurses, mental health nurses, nutritionists, wellness consultants, military nurses, etc.

ACCOUNTANCY

This study deals with the measurement, Processing, and communication of financial and non-financial information concerning economic entities such as businesses and corporations. It is a three to four years course.

O’ Level Requirements: 5 credit passes in Mathematics, English Language, Economics, Government, and Commerce.

Jamb Combinations: Use of English, Economics, Mathematics, and Government or Commerce

Institution: Universities, Polytechnics, College of Education.

Job Opportunities for accountancy graduates: Graduates of this course can work as; Loan officers, budget analysts, internal auditors, financial analysts, management accountants, staff accountants, business development managers, management consultants, etc.

ZOOLOGY

This is the study of animals, it deals with the study of the structure, growth, embryology, classification, evolution, habits, and distribution of all animals and how they interact with their ecosystems. It is a four years course.

O’ Level Requirements: 5 credit passes in Mathematics, English Language, Chemistry, Physics, and Biology.

Jamb Combination: Use of English, Biology, and any two of Chemistry, Physics, and Mathematics.

Institution: Universities and Polytechnics.

Job Opportunities for zoology graduates: Graduates of this course can work as; zookeepers, animal nutritionists, scientific-technical writers, marine scientists, veterinary nurses, animal care technicians, wildlife rehab assistants/keepers, and wildlife officers.

BUSINESS MANAGEMENT

This is the coordination and organization of business activities. They supervise operations and employees reach their desired productivity levels, they also train new employees and help a business reach its financial objectives. It is a five years course.

O’ Level Requirements: English Language, Mathematics, Economics, Government, and CRS or Commerce.

Jamb Combination: Use of English, Mathematics, Economics, and Government.

Institution: Universities and Polytechnics.

Job Opportunities for business management: Graduates of this course can work as; business analysts, chartered management accountants, business advisers, accounting and auditing clerks, sales associates, bookkeeping, etc.

DENTISTRY

This is the study, diagnosis, prevention, management, and treatment of diseases, disorders, and conditions of the mouth, it is all about the study of medicine focused on the development and arrangement of teeth, gums as well as oral mucosa.

SYSTEMS ENGINEERING

Systems engineering is an interdisciplinary field of study that focuses on the design, development, and integration of complex systems. It encompasses a wide range of technologies, processes, and methodologies aimed at ensuring that systems work effectively and efficiently to meet the needs of their users. In the study of systems engineering, students learn about system modeling and analysis, risk management, requirements engineering, design and development, and testing and evaluation.

METALLURGY AND MATERIAL ENGINEERING 

This is the study of the core branch of engineering that involves the engineering principles required to concentrate, extract, and refine metal materials and carbon (coal) materials. It is a five years course.

O’ Level Requirements: 5 credit passes in English Language, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, and any other science subject.

JAMB Subject Combination: English Language, Mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry.

Institutions: Universities/Polytechnics.

Job opportunities for metallurgy and material engineering: Graduates of this course can work as; higher education lecturers, patent examiners, project managers, biomedical engineers, analytical chemists, management consultants, geotechnical engineers, etc.

PRODUCTION AND INDUSTRIAL  ENGINEERING

This is a study that is primarily concerned with the development, improvement, and implementation of integrated systems which include human beings, money, knowledge, information, materials, and processes. It is a five years course.

O’ Level Requirements: Five (5) SSCE credit passes to include Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, English Language, and any other Science subject.

Jamb Combination: English Language, Mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry.

Institutions: Universities/Polytechnics.

Job opportunities for production and industrial engineering: Graduates of this course can work as; manufacturing technicians, industrial mechanics, quality assurance inspectors, industrial electricians, industrial designers, manufacturing production supervisors, mechanical designers, process engineers, occupational health and safety manager, etc.

 INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS AND PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT

 This is the study of the course that deals with studying different methods in order to manage various business organizations. Which includes multiple aspects of the relationship between the management of organizations and their employees with a vested interest like the labor unions. It is a four years course.

O’ Level Requirements: Five(5) SSCE credit passes in English Language, Mathematics, Economics, and any other two relevant subjects.

JAMB subject combination: English, Economics, Mathematics, and Biology.

Institutions: Universities/Polytechnics.

Job opportunities for industrial relations and personnel management: Graduates of this course can work as; labor relation specialists, resources officers, human resources managers, human resources associates, production supervisors, etc.

HISTORY AND INTERNATIONAL STUDIES

This is the study of history and world affairs, in the context of the University’s philosophy of integration, faith, and learning, to implant in future leaders a sense of judgment and incite in the management of human affairs. It is a four years course.

O’ Level Requirements: Five (5) SSCE credit passes in English Language, History or Government, Geography, literature in English, and Economics.

Jamb Subject Combination: Economics, Literature in English, and any two from Geography/Government/History.

Institutions: Universities/Polytechnics.

Job opportunities for history and international studies graduates: Graduates of this course can work as; diplomatic service officers, public affairs consultants, international aid/development worker, civil service fast streamers, political risk analysts, intelligence analysts, police officers, etc.

 MUSIC EDUCATION

This is the study of the field of practice, which trains educators for careers as music conservatory ensemble directors. It’s also a research area, in which scholars do original research on teaching and learning music. It is a four years course.

O’ Level Requirements: Five(5) SSCE credit passes including Music, English Language Government, literature, and any other art subject.

Jamb Subject Combination: English, Music, Government, and Literature.

Institutions: Universities/Polytechnics.

Job opportunities for music education graduates: Graduates of this course can work as; private music teachers, secondary school teachers, sound engineers, sound designers, sound technicians, music managers, choreographers, professors of musicology, music historians, music instructors, etc.

COMPUTER SCIENCE

This is the study of computers and computing and their theoretical and practical applications. Computer science applies the principles of mathematics, engineering, and logic to a plethora of functions, including algorithm formulation, software, and hardware development, and artificial intelligence. It is a four years course.

O’ Level Requirements: Five (5) SSCE credit passes in Mathematics, English, physics, and any other two science courses among Chemistry, Biology, Geography, or Economics.

Jamb Subject Combination: English Language, Mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry.

Institutions: Universities/Polytechnics.

Job opportunities for computer science graduates: Graduates of this course can work as; mobile app developers, web developers, software developers, IT project managers, UX designers, software developers, cybersecurity consultants, information systems managers, security engineers, etc.

SOFTWARE ENGINEERING

This is the study of the application of principles used in the field of engineering, which usually deals with physical systems, to the design, development, testing, deployment, and management of software systems. It is a five years course.

O’ Level Requirements: Five (5) SSCE Credit Passes in English Language, Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics, and Biology or Agricultural Science.

Jamb subject combination: English Language, Mathematics, Chemistry, and Physics.

Institutions: Universities/Polytechnics.

Job opportunities for software engineering graduates: Graduates of this course can work as; multimedia programmers, video game designers, python developers, code developers, embedded software engineers, computer programmers, quality assurance engineers, CRM project managers, etc.

HARDWARE ENGINEERING

This is the study of the process of designing, developing, testing, and production of computer systems and various physical components related to computer systems. It is a five years course.

O’ Level Requirements: Five (5) SSCE credit passes in Mathematics, Further Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics, and English Language.

Jamb Subject Combination: English language, Mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry.

Institutions: Universities/Polytechnics.

Job opportunities for hardware engineering graduates: Graduates of this course can work as; computer operators, computer support specialists, computer and information research scientists, network architects, computer hardware engineers, etc.

FOREST RESOURCES MANAGEMENT

 This is the study that deals with the management of timbers and it involve the conservation of forest resources. It primarily deals with deforestation and its impacts on the earth’s atmosphere and environment. It is four years course.

O’ Level Requirements: Five (5) SSCE credit passes in English Language, Mathematics, Biology or Agriculture Physics, and Economics.

Jamb subject combination: English Language, Biology or Agriculture, Physics, and Chemistry.

Institutions: Universities/Polytechnics.

Job opportunities for forest resources management graduates: Graduates of this course can work as; ecological restoration specialists, forestry technicians, environmental biologists, agribusiness specialists, natural resources specialists, foresters, game wardens, entomologists, silviculturists, etc.

HOME SCIENCE NUTRITION AND DIETETICS

This is the applied field of study that brings together knowledge of nutrition to human diets and skills from different disciplines within the pure and applied arts and sciences.

Admission Requirements: Five (5) SSCE credit passes in Chemistry, Biology/Agricultural Science, Mathematics, English Language, and Physics.

Jamb Subject Combination: English language, Chemistry, Biology or Agriculture, and Mathematics or Physics.

Institutions: Universities/Polytechnics.

Job opportunities for home science nutrition and dietetics graduates: Graduates of this course can work as; food scientists, researchers, lecturers, teachers, professors, etc.

 FOREIGN LANGUAGES AND LITERATURE

 This is the study of the general program that focuses on one or more modern foreign languages that are not specific as to the name of the language(s) studied that introduces students to language studies at the basic/elementary level. It is a three years course.

O’ Level Requirements: Five (5) SSCE credit passes in English language, Mathematics, Government, literature, and History/Civic Education/Geography.

Jamb Subject Combination: English language, Government, literature in English, and Geography or Economics.

Institutions: Universities/Polytechnics.

Job opportunities for Foreign languages and literature: Graduates of this course can work as; international relations specialists, linguists, study abroad advisors, logistics coordinators, immigration agents, foreign services officers, etc.

AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERING

This is the study of the branch of vehicle engineering that focuses on the application, design, and manufacturing of various types of automobiles. It involves the direct application of mathematics in the design and production of vehicles. It is a five years course.

O’ Level Requirements: five credit passes in Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics, Use of the English Language, and one other Science subject.

Jamb Subject Combination: English Language, Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics.

Institutions: Universities/Polytechnics.

Job opportunities for automobile engineering graduates: Graduates of this course can as; automobile designers, automotive sales engineers, bike mechanics, car mechanics, vehicle inspectors, auto electricians, car rental agents, tire technicians, auto body repair technicians, etc.

BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING

This is the study of the application of the principles and problem-solving techniques of engineering to biology and medicine. It is a five years course.

O’ Level Requirements: Five (5) SSCE credit passes in English Language, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, and Biology.

Jamb Subject Combination: English Language, Physics, Chemistry, and Biology.

Institutions: Universities/Polytechnics.

Job opportunities for biomedical engineering graduates: Graduates of this course can work as; biomaterials developers, manufacturing engineers, clinical engineers, biomechanical engineers, bioprocess engineers, doctors, biomedical scientists/researchers, medical technology developers, etc.

ENGINEERING PHYSICS

This is the study of the combined disciplines of physics, mathematics, chemistry, biology, and engineering, particularly computer, nuclear, electrical, electronic, aerospace, materials, or mechanical engineering. It is a five years course.

O’ Level Requirements: Five (5) SSCE credit passes in Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry, Use of the English Language, and any one (1) subject among Physics, Health Science, Geography, and Statistics.

Jamb Subject Combination: English language, Biology, Chemistry, and Mathematics/Physics.

Institutions: Universities/Polytechnics.

Job opportunities for Engineering physics graduates: Graduates of this course can work as; physicists, test engineers, astrophysicists, aerospace engineers, engineering physicists, laboratory technicians, medical products designers, microprocessor designers, applications, etc.

 FOOD SCIENCE ENGINEERING

 This is the study of the scientific, academic, and professional field that interprets and applies principles of engineering, science, and mathematics to food manufacturing and operations. It is a five years course.

O’ Level Requirements: Five (5) SSCE credit passes in Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, English language, and any other science subject.

Jamb Subject Combination: English language, Mathematics, Chemistry, and Physics or Biology.

Institutions: Universities/Polytechnics.

Job opportunities for food science engineering graduates: Graduates of this course can work as; food scientists, nutritional therapists, food & restaurant inspector, animal nutritionist, packaging engineer, marketing managers, research scientists, etc

INDUSTRIAL AND PRODUCTION ENGINEERING

 This is the study of an interdisciplinary engineering discipline that includes manufacturing technology, engineering sciences, management science, and optimization of complex processes, systems, or organizations. It is a five years course.

O’ Level Requirements: Five (5) SSCE credit passes in Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, English language, and any other science subject.

Jamb Subject Combination: Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics, and English language.

Institutions: Universities/Polytechnics.

Job opportunities for industrial and production engineering graduates: Graduates of this course can work as; production managers, process engineers, manufacturing engineers, production technicians, etc.

 INFORMATION COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING

This is the study of the Branch that provides a wider perspective on the nature of technology, its use, and its application to the living world. It is a five years course.

O’ Level Requirements: Five (5) SSCE credit passes in Mathematics, Economics, any one of Account, Commerce, and Government.

Jamb Subject Combination: English Language, Mathematics, Chemistry, and Physics.

Institutions: Universities/Polytechnics.

Job opportunities for information communication engineering graduates: Graduates of this course work as; information technology specialists, communications officers, IT support officers, chief technology officers, customer support risk and payment executives, etc.

WATER RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING

This is the study of the broad discipline, dedicated to addressing environmental issues in the air, water, and soil. It is a five years course.

O’ Level Requirements: Five (5) SSCE credit passes in the Use of English Language, Physics, Mathematics, Chemistry, and Biology.

Jamb Subject Combination: English language, Mathematics, Chemistry, and Physics.

Institutions: Universities/Polytechnics.

Job opportunities for water resources and environmental engineering: Graduates of this course can work as; civil engineers, environmental engineers, water resource managers, etc.

ANATOMY

This is the study of the field in the biological sciences concerned with the identification and description of the body structures of living things. It is a four years course.

O’ Level Requirements: Five (5) SSCE credit passes in English Language, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, and Biology.

Jamb Subject Combination: Physics, Use of English, Biology, and Chemistry.

Institutions: Universities/Polytechnics.

Job opportunities for anatomy graduates: Graduates of this course can work as; personal trainers, physical therapist assistants, medical laboratory technicians, medical scientists, biomedical engineers, doctors, exercise physiologists, research assistants, patient care technicians, epidemiologists, etc.

PUBLIC HEALTH TECHNOLOGY

This is the study of how to protect and improve the health of people. This work is achieved by promoting healthy lifestyles, researching disease prevention, and treating infectious diseases through organized efforts of society. It is four years course.

O’ Level Requirements: Five (5) SSCE credit passes in Mathematics, English language, Biology, Chemistry, and Physics.

Jamb Subject Combination: Use of English, Physics, Chemistry, and Biology.

Institutions: Universities/Polytechnics.

Job opportunities for public health technology graduates: Graduates of this course can work as; health and safety engineers, healthcare administrators, environmental scientists, epidemiologists, etc.

Public Administration

Study of public administration is a field of study that focuses on the management of public institutions and programs. It involves the examination of the theories, practices, and processes used by governments and other public organizations to design, implement, and evaluate policies and programs.

O’ Level Requirements: Five (5) SSCE credit passes in English language, Mathematics, Government or History, Economics, Arta, or any other social science subject.

Jamb Subject Combination: English language, Mathematics, Economics, and any other art or social science subject.

Institutions: University/Polytechnics

Job opportunities for Public Administration graduates: Graduates of this course can work as; Public administrators/managers, Policy analysts, Nonprofit managers, City managers, Human resources managers, Public relations specialists, Community development managers, Budget analysts, and Community development managers.

PRIVATE LAW

This is a type of law that governs the relationship between individuals and governments. This is also referred to as common law. It is a four years course.

Admission Requirements: Five (5) SSCE credit passes in Mathematics, English, Civic Education, Government/History, and Economics.

Jamb Subject Combination: English language, Literature, Government, and Economics.

Institutions: universities/polytechnics.

Job opportunities for private law graduate: Graduates of this course can work as; data analysts, border force officers, civil service administrators, advice workers, external auditors, etc.

PUBLIC LAW

This is part of the law that governs relations between individuals and different institutions within a state. It is a five years course.

Admission Requirements: Five (5) SSCE credit passes in Mathematics, English, Civic Education, Government/History, and Economics.

Jamb Subject Combination: English language, Literature, Government, and Economics.

Institutions: Universities/Polytechnics.

Job opportunities for Public law graduate: Graduates of this course can work as; Legal advisors, advocates, judges, Public interest lawyers, Human rights officers, Legal researchers, Government officers, Policy analysts, and lawyers.

COMMERCIAL LAW

This is the body of law that applies to the rights, relations, and conduct of persons and businesses engaged in commerce, merchandising trade, and sales.

Admission Requirements: Five (5) SSCE credit passes in Mathematics, English, Civic Education, Government/History, and Economics.

Jamb Subject Combination: English, Literature, Government, and Economics.

Institutions: Universities/Polytechnics.

Job opportunities for Commercial Law graduates: Graduates of this course can work as; Litigation officers, Compliance officers, Law professors, Contract managers, Legal researchers, Tax lawyers, Intellectual property lawyers, Legal consultants, Corporate lawyers, and In-house counsel.

INTERNATIONAL LAW

 This is the body of legal rules, norms, and standards that apply between sovereign states and other entities that are legally recognized as international actors.

Admission Requirements: Five (5) SSCE credit passes in Government or History, English Language, Mathematics, and any three (3) other subjects.

Jamb Subject Combination: Government or History, English Language, Mathematics Plus two (2) other Social Science/Arts subjects.

Institutions: Universities/Polytechnics.

Job opportunities for International Law graduates: Graduates of this course can work as; International law professors, International criminal court prosecutors, Legal researchers, International lawyers, diplomats, Human Rights officers, International legal consultants, International developers professionals, and International trade specialists.

HEALTH EDUCATION

This is education is designed for individuals or the community to gain the knowledge, skills, and values needed to promote, maintain, improve, and facilitate voluntary actions conducive to restoring health.

Admission Requirements: Five (5) SSCE credit passes in English Language, Mathematics, Physics/Biology, Chemistry, and Further Mathematics/Geography.

Jamb Subject Combination: English Language, Mathematics, Physics/Biology, and Chemistry.

Institutions: Universities/Polytechnics/College of Education.

Job opportunities for graduates of Health Education: Graduates of this course can work as; Health educators, Community health workers, Public health advocates, Health policy analysts, Health program coordinators, Health researchers, Health communication specialists, etc.

VOCATIONAL EDUCATION

This offers a path that imparts the skills and knowledge needed to work in a given occupation. It is coordinated with the requirements of the labor market and is an integral part of the education system.

Admission Requirements: Five (5) SSCE credit passes in English Language, Mathematics, Civic Education, Physics, and Chemistry.

Jamb Subject Combination: English Language, Mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry.

Institutions: Universities/Polytechnics/College of Education.

Job opportunities for Vocational Education Graduates: Graduates of this course can work as; Career counselors, Vocational education, Vocational education curriculum developer, Career and technical education administrator, Workforce development consultant, etc.

GUIDANCE AND COUNSELING

This is the process of helping individuals discover and develop their educational, vocation and thereby achieve and encourage students’ academic, social, emotional, and personal development.

Admission Requirements: Five (5) SSCE credit passes in English Language, Mathematics, Civic Education, Biology, and Government.

Jamb Subject Combination: Use of English, Physics, Government, and Chemistry.

Institutions: Universities/Polytechnics.

Job opportunities for Guidance and Counselling: Graduates of this course can work as; Private practice counselors, Crisis counselors, Community counselors, Career counselors, Marriage and family therapists, Rehabilitation, Substance abuse counselor, Substance abuse counselors, Employee assistance counselor, etc.

 EDUCATION ARTS

This is the study of the inclusion of arts learning in mainstream education for students and teachers partnering with artists, arts, or cultural institutions to incorporate the arts into Education.

Admission Requirements: Five (5) SSCE credit passes in Mathematics, English Language, Civic Education, Literature In English, and Government.

Jamb Subject Combination: Use of English, Literature In English, Christian Religious Knowledge, and Government or Economics.

Institutions: Universities/Polytechnics/College of Education.

Job opportunities for Education Arts graduates: Graduates of this course can work as; Art therapists, Art directors, Graphic designers, Art restoration specialists, Visual arts consultants, Art administrators, Art writers or critics, Art program coordinators, etc.

ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION

This is a process that allows individuals to explore environmental issues, engage in problem-solving, and take action to improve the environment. It is a four years course.

Admission Requirements: Five (5) SSCE credit passes in Mathematics, English Language, Biology, Chemistry/Physics, Health Science/Agriculture.

Jamb Subject Combination: English language, Biology, Physics/Chemistry, and Mathematics.

Institutions: Universities/Polytechnics/College of Education.

Job opportunities for environmental education graduates: Graduates of this course can work as; horticultural therapists, landscape architects, toxicologists, etc.

 EDUCATION AND RELIGIOUS STUDIES

This is the study of the teaching of a particular religion, and its doctrines, beliefs, etc. They learn how best to teach these practices to their future students. It is a three years course.

Admission Requirements: Five (5) SSCE credit passes in Christian Religious Studies, English Language, Government/History, Commerce, and Literature in English.

Jamb Subject Combination: English language, CRS, Government/History, and literature in English.

Institutions: Universities/Polytechnics/College of Education.

Job opportunities for education and religious studies graduates: Graduates of this course can work as; community development worker, advice worker, counselor, archivists, international aid/development workers, secondary school teachers, higher education lecturers, museum curators, etc.

EDUCATION AND POLITICAL SCIENCE

This is the study of knowledge that focuses on the theory and practice of government and politics at the local, state, national, and international levels. It is a five years course.

O’ Level Requirements: Five (5) SSCE credit passes in Mathematics, English Language, Government or History, Literature/Economics, and Commerce/CRS.

Jamb Subject Combination: Mathematics, English Language, Government/History, Economics.

Institutions: Universities/Polytechnics/College of Education.

Job opportunities for education and political science graduates: Graduates of this course can work as; political consultant, legislative aids or assistant, historians, archeologists, political scientists, etc.

EDUCATION AND SOCIAL STUDIES

This is the training of professional educators who emphasize the need for social education through the teaching of various social science disciplines.

Admission Requirements: Five (5) SSCE credit passes in English language, Christian Religious Knowledge/Economics, Geography/Physics, Government/History, and IRS.

Jamb Subject Combination: English language, government/history, CRS/Economic and. geography.

Institutions: Universities/Polytechnics/College of Education.

Job opportunities for graduates of Education and Social Studies: Graduates of this course can work as; Social studies policy analysts, Social studies curriculum coaches, Social studies teachers, Social studies curriculum developers, Social studies textbook authors, Social studies program coordinators, Social studies program researchers, etc.

 EDUCATION AND PHYSICS

 This is the study of the teaching and learning of physics both at the school and university level, as well as concerned with the preparation, development, and public understanding of physics.

Admission Requirements: Five (5) SSCE credit passes in English language, Physics, Mathematics, Chemistry, and Agricultural science.

Jamb Subject Combination: Use of English, Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics.

Institutions: Universities/Polytechnics/College of Education.

Job opportunities for Education and Physics graduates: Graduates of this course can work as; Physics software developers, Science education outreach specialists, Physics education researchers, Physics teachers, etc.

EDUCATION AND MUSIC

This is a field of practice in which educators are trained for careers as elementary or secondary music teachers, and school, or music conservatory ensemble directors.

Admission Requirements: Five (5) SSCE credit passes in Use Of English, Music, Literature In English, and Any Other two (2)Art Subjects.

Jamb Subject Combination: Use Of English, Music, Literature in English, and any Other Art Subjects.

Institutions: Universities/Polytechnics/College of Education.

Job Opportunities for Education and Music graduates: Graduates of Education and Music can work as; Music critics or journalists, Music industry professional, Music retail specialist, Composers or Arrangers, Music Librarians, Music teachers, Private music instructors, Music program coordinators, Music therapists.

EDUCATION AND ISLAMIC STUDIES

This refers to the study of the efforts by the Muslim community to educate its own, to pass along the heritage of Islamic knowledge.

Admission Requirements: Five (5) SSCE credit passes in Mathematics, English, Civic Education, Literature in English, and Economics.

Jamb Subject Combination: English, IRS/Arabic, Government, and Literature/Economics.

Institutions: Universities/Polytechnics/College of Education.

Job opportunities for Education and Islamic Studies: Graduates of this course can work as; Humanitarian Aid Workers, Islamic writers, journalists, Islamic researchers, Islamic studies teachers, Islamic school administrators, Islamic school counselors, and Islamic Education program coordinators.

EDUCATION AND MATHEMATICS

This is the study of the practice of teaching and learning mathematics, along with the associated scholarly research.

Admission Requirements: Five (5) SSCE credit passes in English Language, Mathematics, Civic Education, Chemistry/Physics, and Economics.

Jamb Subject Combination: English Language, Mathematics, Physics, and Economics.

Institutions: Universities/Polytechnics/College of Education.

Job opportunities for graduates of Education and Mathematics graduates: Graduates of this course can work as; Math software developers, Math education consultants, Math curriculum coaches, Math program coordinators, Math education researchers, Math assessment specialists, Math textbook authors, Math teachers, and Math curriculum developers.

EDUCATION AND INTEGRATED SCIENCE

This is the study of the cumulative approach of scientific study that synthesizes the perspectives of the individual disciplines and integrates them during all phases of the approach to a question or problem.

Admission Requirements: Five (5) SSCE credit passes in English language, Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics, and Biology.

Jamb Subject Combination: English language, Mathematics, Chemistry/Physics, and Biology/Agricultural science.

Institutions: Universities/Polytechnics/College of Education.

Job opportunities for Education and Integrated Science graduates: Graduates of this course can work as; Science teachers, Science, writer, Science curriculum developer, Science museum educator, Science education researchers, Science education consultants, Science policy analysts, Science program evaluators, and Science curriculum coaches.

EDUCATION AND INTRODUCTORY TECHNOLOGY

This is the study of the combined use of technologies in educational theory and practice to facilitate learning of the procedures, resources, and strategies to improve learning experiences in a variety of settings.

Admission Requirements: Five (5) SSCE credit passes in English Language, Mathematics, Civic Education, Physics, and Chemistry

Jamb Subject Combination: English Language, Chemistry, and Physics/ Mathematics.

Institutions: Universities/Polytechnics/College of Education.

Job opportunities for Education and Introductory Technology graduates: Graduates of this course can work as; Technology education teachers, Instructional technology specialists, IT trainers, Project managers, Technology consultants, Project managers, E-learning developers, Technical writers, Technical support specialists, Computer network architects, and Information security analysts.

 EDUCATION AND GEOGRAPHY

This is the study of spatial variations in the provision, uptake, and outputs of educational facilities and resources.

Admission Requirements: Five (5) SSCE credit passes in English language, Geography, Physics, Mathematics, and Biology.

Jamb Subject Combination: English language, Mathematics, Geography/Physics, and chemistry/Agricultural science.

Institutions: Universities/Polytechnics/College of Education.

Job opportunities for Education and Geography graduates: Graduates of this course can work as; Geography teachers, Travel and Tourism consultants, Geospatial data scientists, Geographic information systems managers, Environmental consultants, Environmental educators, Geographic Information Analysts, and Urban Planning.

 EDUCATION AND HISTORY

This is the study of the past development of educational systems, theories, practices, and institutions within the general historical framework of political, social, economic, scientific, technological, and cultural changes that different societies have gone through over time.

Admission Requirements: Five (5) SSCE credit passes in Mathematics, English language, History/literature in English, Geography/Physics, and CRS.

Jamb Subject Combination: Use of English, History/Literature in English, CRS/Islamic, and Geography/Physics.

Institutions: Universities/Polytechnics/College of Education.

Job opportunities for Education and History graduates: The following jobs are available to education and history graduates; History teacher, Curriculum developer, Researcher, Archivist, Historical tour guide, Historical consultant, Education program coordinator, and Museum educator.

EDUCATION AND FRENCH

This is the study of the competitive and exceptional quality of students’ learning experience and the importance of education in their educational system.

Admission Requirements: Five (5) SSCE credit passes in English language, French, Mathematics, Literature in English, and Economics.

Jamb Subject Combination: Use of English, French, Mathematics, and Literature in English/Economics.

Institutions: Universities/Polytechnics/College of Education.

Job opportunities for Education and French graduates: Graduates of this course can work as; French-speaking customer service representatives, Foreign language editors, Travel writers, Diplomatic or international relations officers, Study abroad coordinators, International admissions counselors, Education program coordinators, Interpreters, Translators, or French teacher.

Conclusion

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