JAMB And WAEC Subject Combinations For Economics 2017

The subject combinations needed to study
Economics
– JAMB UTME Subjects and Requirements
– O’Level Subjects and Requirements
– Direct Entry Requirements
– and other information you require to
successfully gain admission to study Economics
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In UTME, please note that English Language is
Compulsory for this course. Therefore, the three
(3) other JAMB UTME subject combination
needed to study Economics under the Faculty of
Social & Management Sciences in the above
Universities include;
» Economics, Mathematics and any of
Government, History, Geography, Lit-in-English,
French and CRK/IRK.
SPECIAL CONSIDERATION (WAIVER) REMARKS
(I) ABU accepts Arabic
(ii) UNIILORIN require Economics, Mathematics
either Government or Geography or History.
(iii) OAU requires Mathematics, Economics and
Geography or Government.
(iv) UI – Mathematics and any other two subjects
(v) OOU -Mathematics and any one of
Economics, Geography, Government, History and
Literature in English
(vi) ABU, UNIJOS, UNIMAID, EKSU and ESUTECH
– Mathematics is not compulsory
(vii) UNIILORIN requires one subject from
Accounting, Commerce, Business Method,
Geography Government and Statistics.
(viii) AAU and BAYERO require any Social
Science subject as the third subject.
(ix) DELSU requires Social/Science subject as
the fourth subject.
(x) EBSU requires Mathematics, Economics and
any other subject.
(xi) BINGHAM also requires Geography and
Accounting.
(xii) AAUA require Mathematics, Economics and
any other Social Science subject
(xiii) SALEM and EKSU require Mathematics,
Economics and one other Social Science subject.
(xiv) UNILAG requires Economics, Mathematics
and any Arts, Science or Social Science subject
but not Commerce, CRK/IRK.
(xv) AUN Accepts any subject combination which
includes Mathematics and any two of
Environmental Science, Biology, Chemistry,
Physics, Literature in English, Government,
History, Economics, Geography, Further
Mathematics, Technical Drawing, Visual Arts,
Computer Studies, Information Technology,
Civics, and French.
(xvi) ABSU requires Five SSCE credit passes in
English Language, Mathematics, Economics and
any two subjects.
(xvii) WESTERN-DEL requires Economics,
Mathematics and any of Government, History,
Geography, Literature in English.
(xviii) FED-LAFIA, DELSU requires Mathematics,
Economics and Government.
(xix) NTNU accepts Principle of Accounting or
Commerce in lieu of Economics.
(xx) FUNAAB requires one of Government,
Commerce or Geography as the third subject.
(xxi) SALEM for Criminology requires Government
and any two of Economics, Geography and
Literature in English.
(xxii) NTNU accepts Economics/Principle of
Accounting and any two Arts or Social Sciences
subjects.
(xxiii) OOU accepts Mathematics/Economics and
any two other Social Science subjects.
(xxiv) UNIABUJA requires Economic,
Mathematics, and any other subject in Social &
Management Sciences
O’level Requirements
The O’level subject combination and
requirements needed to study Economics ;
You require;
Five SSCE credit passes in English Language,
Mathematics, Economics and any two of Arts or
Social Science subjects.
SPECIAL CONSIDERATION (WAIVER) REMARKS
(i) UNICAL does not accept Commerce.
(ii) OAU requires Five ‘0’ level credit passes in
English Language, Mathematics, Economics,
Geography/ Government and any Arts or Social
Science subject.
(iii) UNIMAID accepts a pass in Mathematics, but
such candidates will be required to pass a
remedial course in Mathematics
(iv) UNILAG accepts Arts, Social Science and
Science subjects in addition to Mathematics and
Economics. Commerce is not accepted as O/L
subject.
(v) UI requires 5 credit passes to include
Mathematics, Economics and any two Arts or
Social Science subjects.
(vi) BAYERO accept two only Social Science
subjects.
(vii) AAUA requires English Language,
Mathematics, Economics and one Social Science
subject plus any other subject
(viii) EKSU requires five ‘O’ Level credit passes
to include English language, Mathematics,
Economics and any two other subjects, one of
which must be a Social Science subject.
(ix) KSU requires any two relevant subjects as
the fourth and fifth subjects.
(x) COVENANT requires five ‘O’ Level credit
passes to include English Language,
Mathematics, Economics , one science subject
from the following (Biology, Health/ General
Science, Agricultural Science, Physics and
Chemistry) and either of Geography, Government,
Accounting, Book Keeping and Commerce.
(xi) COVENANT for Marketing requires English
Language, Mathematics, Economics one of
Government or History and any Science subject
from Biology, Health/General Science,
Agricultural Science, Physics and Chemistry
(xii) UNIOSUN requires Five ‘O’ level credit
passes in English, Mathematics, Economics and
any two of Social Science subjects at one sitting.
(xiii) AUN requires Five ‘O’ level credit passes
including English Language, Mathematics, and
any other three subjects from the following;
Environmental Science, Biology, Chemistry,
Physics, Literature in English, Government,
History, Economics, Geography, Further
Mathematics, Technical Drawing, Visual Arts,
Computer Studies, Information Technology,
Civics, and French.
(xiv) KASU requires five ‘O’ level credit passes in
English Language, Mathematics, Economics and
any two of Arts or Social Science subjects and
at least one Science subject.
(xvi) BELLS accepts two A’ Level passes in any
two of Chemistry, Economics, Geography and
Mathematics
(xvi) GO accepts
(a) for Accounting BSc, BA or HND in other
discipline, ND (Upper Credit) in Accounting,
Foundation of ICAN.
(b) For Business Administration two ‘A’ level
passes in Economics and any one of
Mathematics, Statistics, Geography, Physics,
Chemistry, Agric Science, Accounting, Business
Management, History and Government. BSc, BA
or HND in other discipline, ND (Upper Credit) in
Business Administration.
(xvii) NTNU accepts any two A’ level passes in
Arts or Social Sciences subjects, ND/HND (lower
credit) or NCE (merit) in relevant fields
(xviii) PAUL requires five SSCE credit passes in
not more than two sittings including English
Language, Mathematics and Economics.
(xix) REDEEMER’S requires Five ‘O’ Level credit
passes to include English Language
Mathematics, Economics and any other two
subjects in Arts or Social Sciences.
(xx) WESTERN-DEL requires five SSCE passes
including English Language, Mathematics,
Economics and one other Social Science subject.
(xxi) NDU requires the five ‘O’ level credit passes
in not more than two sittings.
(xxii) LAPAI requires Five ‘O’ level credit passes
in English, Mathematics, Economics and any two
of Social Science subjects.
(xxiii) DELSU requires one of the other subjects
from Commerce, Principles of Book Keeping and
Accounts, Geography, Government and
Secretarial Studies.
(xxiv) UNN requires Five ‘O’ level credit passes in
English Language, Mathematics, Economics and
two other relevant subjects at WASC or GCE ‘O’
level.
(xxv) UNIILORIN requires one of the two other
subjects from Accounting, Commerce, Business
Methods, Geography, Statistics and Government.
(xxvi) FUNAAB requires two other relevant
subjects from any of Government, Geography,
Commerce, Physics, History or Statistics.
(xxvii) NDA requires the two other subjects from
Accounting, Commerce, Geography, History,
French, Arabic and Government.
(xxviii) UMYUK requires Five credit passes at
SSCE (or its equivalent) in English Language,
Mathematics, Economics and any two from
Commerce, Government Geography, Accounting
and Book Keeping in not more than two sittings.
(xxix) FED-LAFIA requires credit passes in
Government and any of one of Commerce,
History, CRK or IRS as the two other subjects.

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