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Is There Art Courses To Study Without Literature In English?

On this page, I want to provide answers to questions on Art courses without literature in English. I know some art students have D7, E8 or even F9 in Literature in English and they are eager to know the courses they can study without Literature in English.

I have tried to make a table of art courses you can study in Nigerian Universities without worrying with your grade in Literature in English.

List of Art courses without Literature in English

The table below is for the art courses you can study with pass or fail in Literature and their admission requirements for you to be sure that the information is authentic.

Kindly note that some schools accept a credit pass in Literature, so I included the school below the O’level requirements.

List of Art Courses Without Literature in English in Nigerian Universities

Art Courses without Literature in EnglishDirect Entry RequirementsO’level requirements
ARTS (COMBINED HONOURS)Two (2) ‘A’ level

passes in the subjects

to be combined

Five (5) SSC credit passes

to include English

Language and the subjects to be combined.

ARABIC STUDIESTwo (2) ‘A’ level

passes in Arabic and any other Arts subject.

Five (5) SSC credit passes

in English Language,

Arabic and three (3) other relevant subjects.

ARABIC LANGUAGE AND

LITERATURE

 

Same as Arabic studiesSame as Arabic studies
ARABIC AND IS

 

Same as Arabic studiesSame as Arabic studies
ARCHAEOLOGY

 

Two (2) ‘A’ level passes

in Arts or Social

Sciences and one (1)

Science subject.

Five (5) SSC credit passes to

include English Language

and one (1) of the following

subjects, Religious Studies,

Geography, Economics and

History.

CRSTwo (2) ‘A’ level

passes/NCE to include

CRS/Religious Studies

Five (5) SSC credit passes in

English Language, CRS and

three (3) other relevant subjects.

FINE ARTS/FINE AND

APPLIED ARTS

(i) Two (2) ‘A’ level

passes in Arts or

Fine Arts and any other subject.

(ii) ND, upper credit

HND, lower credit from recognized institutions.

Five (5) SSC credit passes

to include English

Language and Fine Arts.

FRENCH

 

Two (2) ‘A’ level passes

including French and

one (1) other Arts subject.

Five (5) SSC credit passes

including French and

English Language plus one other Arts subject.

Note: UI, BSU,DELSU, UNICAL requires credit pass literature in English

HAUSATwo (2) A’ level

passes in Hausa and any other relevant subjects.

Five (5) SSC credit passes

to include English

Language and Hausa.

HISTORYTwo (2) ‘A’ level passes

in History and any

other related subjects.

Five (5) SSC credit passes to

include History and English

Language.

HISTORY AND

INTERNATIONAL STUDIES

Two (2) ‘A’ level

passes/NCE (upper

credit) in History/

Government and any other related subject.

Five (5) SSC credit passes to

include English Language,

Geography,

Government/History

IGBO, AFRICAN AND ASIAN STUDIES(i) Two (2) ‘A’ level

passes in Igbo and

one

(2)Arts/Social

Sciences subject.

(ii) NCE in Igbo and one

Arts subject.

Five (5) SSC credit passes to

include Igbo, English

Language and any other

Arts subject.

Islamic StudiesTwo (2) ‘A’ level passes to include IS.Five (5) SSC credit passes to

include English Language

and Islamic Studies or

Arabic and any three (3) relevant subjects.

LINGUISTICS/LINGUISTICS AND

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

 

Two (2) ‘A’ level passes

or NCE to include any

Language, preferably an African Language.

Five (5) SSC credit passes

including English Language

Note: BSU and DELSU requires credit pass in literature in English

MusicTwo (2) ‘A’ level

passes to include

Music.

Five (5) SSC credit passes

including Music and English

Language.

UNIJOS requires Literature in English

PhilosophyAny two (2) ‘A’ level passes.Five (5) SSC credit passes to include English language and four (4) other relevant subjects.

FED-LAFIA requires credit pass in Literature in English

RELIGIOUS STUDIESTwo (2) ‘A’ level

subjects to include Religious Studies

(CRS/IS).

Five (5) SSC credit passes to include English Language and CRS/IS.
YORUBA
ANTHROPOLOGY
FULFULDE
CRIMINOLOGY AND SECURITY

STUDIES

(i) Two (2)‘A’ level

passes in

Government,

Sociology,

Economics, Geography, Civics, History

and any other:

Hausa or IS, IJMB

with nine (9)

points in the above subjects.

(ii) A recognized first

Degree from any

Nigerian or

Foreign University

Five (5) ‘O’ level credit

passes or equivalent

including English Language,

Mathematics, Economics,

and any two (2) Arts or

Social Sciences, History,

Civics or Geography at not

more than two (2) sittings.

I hope this article is helpful to you.

Bolarinwa Olajire

A lecturer, Educationist, PhD student at FUNAAB, and a Blogger.

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