What is the JAMB subject combination for Economics for 2021/2022? If you want to know the list of subjects you need to write in JAMB in order to study Economics under the faculty of Administration, then am happy to inform you that this post is all about JAMB subject combination for Economics.
JAMB subject combination for Economics contains the list of subjects you need to register in JAMB if you want to study Economics in any tertiary institution in Nigeria. With that introduction, this is a notice to all JAMB candidates that JAMB subject combination for Economics has been released by the management of the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board.
Some of these subjects required to study Economics are compulsory while some are optional. You need to pay attention and understand the subjects that are compulsory as well as the ones that are optional so you can make a better decision in your selection of subjects.
Other Useful Resources
Before you proceed, check out the following resources that will help you better prepare for JAMB:
- JAMB Syllabus For All Subjects
- JAMB Recommended Textbooks For All Subjects
- JAMB Form | JAMB Registration Form Procedures
JAMB Subject Combination For Economics
The list of subjects you need to write in JAMB for Economics are as follows:
Economics, Mathematics and any of Government, History, Geography, Lit-in-English, French and CRK/IRK.
Special Requirements (Waiver) Remarks
(i) AUN does not offer admissions direct to 200 level programs.
(ii) AUN accepts:
(a) ‘A’ level passes chosen from English Language, Mathematics, Economics, Geography, Government, History, Literature in English, Further Mathematics, Technical Drawing, Visual Arts, Computer Studies, Information Technology, Civics, Environmental Science, Biology, Physics, Chemistry and French.
(c) ICGSE and ‘A’ level Cambridge
(iii) AUN does not accept credit passes in the following; Agriculture, Food and Nutrition, Home Economics, Home Craft, Home management, Physical Education, Physical and Health Education, Music, Commerce, Accounting, Financial Accounting, Book keeping, Islamic History, Religious Studies, Tajweed, Library Studies, Diction, Kiswahili, Igbo, Hausa, Yoruba, Arabic, Turkish, Study skills and may transfer credits relevant to it’s major at the discretion of the Dean of school.
(iv) ABSU requires five SSCE credit passes in English Language, Mathematics, Economics and any two subjects
Bear in mind that in JAMB, english language also known as use of english is compulsory for all courses. So if it was not included above, keep in mind that it is always required.
As we mentioned earlier, the JAMB subject combination you saw above is meant for Economics under the faculty of Administration. If the Economics you are looking for is in another faculty, keep in mind that the subjects may be different and as such, you need to check the subject combination for that particular faculty. You can also check the list of schools that offer this course under this faculty using JAMB brochure for all faculties here.