WAEC Subjects Required for Urban and Regional Planning

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What are the O level subjects required in WAEC and NECO to study Urban and Regional Planning? If you are interested in knowing the compulsory subjects in WAEC and NECO that is necessary for studying Urban and Regional Planning under the faculty of Engineering, Environment and Technology in the university, then continue reading this post as I have provided you the subject combinations required in WAEC result as well as NECO result to study Urban and Regional Planning.

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Referencing the introduction already made above, this is a notice to all aspirants who wish to apply for admission into any of the universities in Nigeria to study Urban and Regional Planning under the faculty of Engineering, Environment and Technology that the list of compulsory subjects as well as optional subjects required in O level result (WAEC and NECO) before applying for admission into Urban and Regional Planning has been published in this post.

As mentioned above, some of these NECO and WAEC subject requirements are compulsory which means you need to have at least a minimum of Credit passes (C6) in them in your o level result before you can use it to apply for admission to study Urban and Regional Planning.

Also, keep in mind that some schools may have special subject combination requirements for the subjects that are eligible to be used in JAMB before one can gain admission into Urban and Regional Planning. Irrespective of the subjects required by each school, English Language and Mathematics are compulsory subjects that you need to pass before you can gain admission to study Urban and Regional Planning.

If you are also interested in JAMB subject combination for Urban and Regional Planning you can start by checking out JAMB subject combination for Urban and Regional Planning here or use the general approach by checking JAMB subject combination for all courses here.

Other Useful Resources

Before you proceed, check out the following resources that will help you better prepare for JAMB:

O Level (WAEC and NECO) Subject Requirements For Urban and Regional Planning

The WAEC subjects required to study Urban and Regional Planning are as follows:

Five SSCE credit passes in English Language, Mathematics, Geography, and any two of Physics, Chemistry, Economics, Government, Biology, Art, History, IRK/CRK, Social Studies and Tech Drawing.

Special Requirements (Waiver) Remarks

(i) FUTA requires five credits at not more than two sittings in SSCE, WASSCE, NECO, or its equivalent in the following subjects: English Language, Mathematics, Geography and any two subjects from Chemistry, Biology/Agric. Science, Economics, and Technical Drawing. The prospective candidate must have at least a pass in Physics.

(ii) ABU requires five ‘0’ level credit passes in English Language, Mathematics and Geography and any other two from Economics, Technical Drawing, Fines Arts, Chemistry and Biology.

(iii) MAUTECH requires Five `O’ level credits in English Mathematics, Geography and any other two (one from Physics/ Chemistry/Biology/Agric Science) and (one other from Economics/Social Sciences/Tech. Drawing/ Creative Arts).

(iv) OAU accepts Economics in lieu of Geography, but does not accept Govt., IRS, CRK and Social Studies.

(v) RSUST, IMSU and ESUTECH do not accept IRK, CRK, History and Social Studies.

(vi) LAUTECH accepts Agricultural Science as sciences.

(vii) ABSU does not insist on Geography.

(vii) UNN requires 5 credit level passes at SSC to include English Language, Mathematics, and any other three subjects from Economics, Government, Fine Arts, Technical Drawing, Physics, Chemistry, Agric Science, and Biology.

(ix) UNILAG requires credit passes from Physics, Biology, Chemistry, Economics and Technical Drawing as the fourth and fifth subjects.

(xi ABSU requires a credit pass in Economics as UTME requirements.

(xi) ESUTECH accepts credit passes in Fine Arts and Surveying

(xii) UNIUYO requires a credit pass in Mathematics.

(xiii) RENAISSANCE requires five SSCE credit passes including English Language, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Geography/Tech. Drawing at not more than two sittings.

(xiv) BELLS requires five SSCE Credit passes in English Language, Mathematics, Geography and any two from Biology, Physics, Chemistry, Technical Drawing.

(xv) RSUST and UNIOSUN require two subjects from Physics, Chemistry, Technical Drawing, Fine Arts, Economic, Biology and Surveying. RSUST accepts credit pass in Government.

(xvi) FUTMINAA and ABSU require five credit passes including English Language, Mathematics, Geography and any two subjects from Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Agricultural Science, Fine Arts, Technical Drawing, Economics and Government.

(xvii) CRESCENT requires two other subjects from Sciences and Social Sciences.

(xviii) UNIJOS requires two other credit passes from Physics, Chemistry, Economics, Biology, Fine Art and Technical Drawing.

(xix) FUTO requires at least five ‘O’ Level credits in Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics, English Language, and any other from Geography, Biology, Economics, Technical Drawing.

As mentioned earlier, the WAEC subject combination and requirements for Urban and Regional Planning posted above are only eligible if you want to study Urban and Regional Planning under the faculty of Engineering, Environment and Technology. If the course you are looking for is in another faculty, keep in mind that the o level subject requirements may vary and as such, you need to check the WAEC and NECO requirements for that course under the faculty of interest. You can check JAMB brochure for all faculties here.

List of Schools That Offer Urban and Regional Planning

This section contains the list of schools that accepts the O level subject requirements for Urban and Regional Planning posted above. These are the schools you can apply to if you have passed the Urban and Regional Planning subject requirements mentioned above either in your WAEC result or your NECO result. You can find the schools by selecting the faculty and course in JAMB brochure here.

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