60+ JAMB Courses Without Mathematics (2022/2023)

Are you aspiring to study in any Nigerian higher institution and you do not have a mathematics minimum of credit pass in your JAMB/WAEC/NECO?

In this article, we will be letting you know about the courses you can study if you do not pass mathematics in your result. It is not all the departments that require one to pass Mathematics at Jamb. The courses offered in these departments may require a student to have a good understanding of the subject area.

Requirements For JAMB Registration

Perhaps you can study these courses with just a pass in maths during your A Level years.

60+ JAMB Courses Without Mathematics (2022)

The Ministry of Education, JAMB and other bodies are trying desperately to come up with ways of helping students in the defunct core subjects perform well in the examination without putting them through rigorous tutorials or training.

Efforts so far have proved abortive as a result, many disappointed candidates were left with no option but to resort to either studying non-mathematical courses or Remedial classes.

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While on the surface, it may appear as though this will be a huge blow to students seeking admission to universities, one needs to only observe that most universities will require Mathematics and one or two other science subjects to gain admission into their various programmes but for the rest of the students who aren’t capable, below is a list of

  • Archaeology.
  • Media and Communication Studies.
  • Film and Video Studies.
  • Policy and Strategic Studies.
  • Policy and administrative studies.
  • Social justice.
  • Hospitality and Tourism.
  • Environmental protection and resources manage
  • Political science.
  • Public Administration.
  • Sociology.
  • Intelligence and security studies.
  • Population Studies.
  • Geography.
  • Geography and Environmental Management.
  • Meteorology
  • Meteorology.
  • Geography and Regional Planning.
  • Geography and Planning.
  • Library Science.
  • Library and Information Science.
  • Mass communication.
  • Sociology and Anthropology.
  • Religious studies.
  • Philosophy.
  • Psychology.
  • Peace and Conflict Studies.
  • French and International Relations
  • Linguistics/Yoruba.
  • African and Asian Studies.
  • French with German/Russian
  • Hausa.
  • Modern European Languages.
  • Theatre Arts.
  • History.
  • Christian Religious Knowledge/Studies.
  • History and Archaeology.
  • Music.
  • Christian Studies.
  • Linguistic/Edo3Anthropology.
  • Fulfulde55Linguistics/Urhobo.
  • Arabic Studies.
  • Geography and Environmental Studies.
  • Literature in English.
  • Arabic Language and literature.
  • German.
  • Arabic and Islamic Studies.
  • History/International Studies.
  • Philosophy.
  • Classical Studies.
  • History and Diplomacy.
  • Philosophy and Religious Studies.
  • Communication Arts
  • Communication Arts.
  • History and Diplomatic Studies.
  • Political Science and Conflict Resolution.
  • Communication and Language Arts.
  • History and Strategic Studies.
  • Drama/Dramatic Arts/Performing Arts/Theatre Arts.
  • International Studies and Diplomacy.
  • Religious Studies.
  • Efik-Ibibio.
  • International and Comparative Politics.
  • Religion and Philosophy.
  • English Language.
  • Psychology and Human Development.
  • Comparative Religious Studies.
  • History and Political Science.
  • Russain with French/German.
  • Counselling and Psychology.
  • Igbo.
  • Portuguese.
  • Creative Arts.
  • Igbo/Linguistics.
  • Portuguese/English.
  • Islamic Studies.
  • Religious Studies/Theology.
  • English Language and Literature.
  • Kanuri.
  • Religion and Science
  • English Studies.
  • Kiswahili.
  • Fine Art/Fine and Applied Arts.
  • Language and Linguistics.
  • Foreign Language and Literature.
  • Languages and Literature.
  • French.
  • Linguistics
  • Sociology.
  • English and Literary Studies.
  • Languages.
  • Theology.
  • English and International Studies.
  • Languages Arts.
  • Yoruba and Communication.
  • Economics.
  • Languages Arts and Yoruba.
  • Yoruba.

What Jobs Can You Do With Maths Degree?

  • Statistician
  • College Math Professor
  • Actuary
  • Market Research Analyst
  • Economist
  • Aerospace Engineer
  • Financial Analyst
  • Data Scientist
  • Astronomer

Conclusion

The courses are not difficult in their actual course content, but when you look at the course structure and how many topics are covered in a course, it can be seen that Mathematics is necessary to the Nigerian student.

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