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List Of Top 9 Most Easiest Courses In Nigeria Universities

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List Of Top 9 Most Easiest Courses In Nigeria Universities

This are the top 10 Easiest Courses In Nigerian Universities that you can easily study at all costs

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1. Political science
Political science belong to the faculty of social sciences it is currently one of the easiest courses you can study in Nigerian higher institutions. Admission requirements include; Five O level credit passes which include English
Government or History plus two other Arts or Social sciences. Political science requires very small or no calculation.

2. Philosophy
philosophy can also be listed among the simple and easiest courses in Nigerian higher institutions, it also belong to the faculty of social sciences. Admission requirements are; Five O level credit passes which include English language, Biology, Health Science and at least a pass in mathematics or statistics. Philosophy also requires very small or no calculation.

3. Sociology
Sociology is of course one of the easiest courses to study in Nigerian tertiary institutions. Under the faculty of social and management sciences, admission requirements to study sociology are;
Five o level credit passes in Government or History, English Language and three other subjects. At least a pass in Mathematics is required. Sociology requires no calculation during the course of study.

Note: Sociology and anthropology can be studied in the faculty of arts and humanities.

4. Geography:
Father of all earth and environmental science courses is unarguably one of the easiest, simplest and smooth courses to science students. To study B.sc in geography you need Five SSCE credit passes in English Language, Geography, and any three subjects from Arts or Social Sciences with at least a pass in Mathematics. As a science subject also, geography requires small calculation during the course if study.

5. Mass communication
Mass communication is one of the popular courses among Nigerian students. Although mass communication is popular it is also easy to study in Nigerian universities and other higher institutions. Five SSCE credit passes to include English Language,
Literature in English and an approved science subject. A pass in Mathematics is also required. Maas communication also requires little or no calculation.

6. History
History is among the smooth courses you can study in any Nigerian higher institution. In addition history have low competition therefore chance of gaining admission. Fall in the department of arts & humanities, admission to study history is Five SSCE credit passes to include English Language, Geography, Government/History.

7. Library and information science
Library and information science is indeed one of the simple course one can study in Nigerian higher institutions. Library ad information science can be studied different faculties, under the faculty of social and management sciences, or under faculty of education. To study library and information science you require Five SSCE credit passes to include English Language, Mathematics, Physics and two any other science subjects.

8. Religious studies
Currently Nigeria practice 2 religions Islamic religion and Christian religion, they are easy to study in a university because an average Nigerian has a background about his religion making easy to study it in any institution. Situated in the faculty of arts and humanities, CRK/IRS and any two other subjects . the general admission requirements. Religious studies require no calculation during the course of study.

9. Languages
As long as you stick to your language, it is easy to acquire a degree in any nigerian language, less stress and less cost all accompanied our local languages. However English, french, German and other foreign languages are also easy to study. For our local , you just require, an o level credit in Any Language you wish to study and two other subjects. Linguistic s are usually under the faculty of arts and humanities. No calculation at all during the course of study.

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