The need for the correct WAEC, NECO and JAMB subject combination for studying Mass Communication as a course in our tertiary institutions cannot be overemphasized as candidates often times tend to ignore the importance of this subject matter thus making it difficult for them to gain admission into the university or polytechnic to study this course.
Making use of the correct and approved WAEC and NECO subject requirements plus JAMB subject combination for Mass Communication makes the admission process much easier for candidates seeking admission to study Mass Communication in their various institutions.
Not many are aware that one of the major reason for the increase in purchase of change of university and institution is because before embarking on the UTME, most candidates fail to confirm the correct WAEC and NECO subjects required to study Mass Communication and thus making them go through the process of change of course or institution and sometimes, both.
In one of our posts, we harped succinctly on subject combination for WAEC/NECO and JAMB, it would be wise to go through it as this will give candidates better understandings on not just the subject combination for Mass Comm but other courses as approved by JAMB.
In this post today, we shall be giving candidates full details as regards the WAEC and NECO otherwise known as O’Level subjects combination and requirements for studying Mass Communication in our universities and polytechnics.
Mass Communication is one of the most popular art courses studied in most tertiary institutions. The course covers a wide range and scope as it involves both theory and practical classes. Many wonder upon graduation, where a Mass Communication can work? A Mass Communication graduate can work for any media houses like TV and Radio stations, government agencies and paratatals, PR Companies, Political organizations and even Limited Liability companies.
Mass Communication is a course for Art inclined students in secondary schools and it is one of the most sought after courses students upon graduating from secondary schools search for online. We will not just concentrate on the O’level subjects required to study Mass Communication or the list of universities in Nigeria offering Mass Comm but also, the best schools to study this course but this is not to say other schools offering Mass Communication are of lesser quality.
Upon completing this post, you ought to be clear about the followings:
a) WAEC and NECO Subjects for studying Mass Communication in any Nigerian University or polytechnic
b) Admission Requirements for studying Mass Communication
c) Whether you can combine WAEC and NECO results to Study Mass Communication (Yes you can though this also depends on the institution)
d) Cut off Mark for Mass Communication in any University or Polytechnic
e) List of Universities In Nigeria that offers Mass Communication
f) List of Private Schools offering Mass Communication
g) State and Federal Universities Offering Mass Communication
O’Level And UTME Approved Subjects Combination For Mass Communication
Also, in the quest to study Mass Communication, most candidates look out for the best institution for studying Mass Communication as a course. Say for example; UNIBEN, University of Calabar (UNICAL), UNILORIN, UNIMAID and other universities listed below are not just known for studying Mass Communication but can be regarded as the best schools for this course.
WAEC and NECO Subject Combination And Requirements For Studying Mass Communication
Studying Mass Communication as the case may present itself requires that candidate posses the following:
a) To study Mass Communication, candidate must have obtained a minimum of five (5) ‘O’ level credits in the following subjects; English Language or Literature in English, Economics and Government plus a pass in Mathematics is enough to see you through.
Now lets go through the admission requirements for studying Mass Communication before discussing about the O’level (NECO/WAEC) and JAMB approved subjects combination for the course.
Note: Mathematics is not a major requirement for studying Mass Communication.
Cut Off Mark For Mass Communication
It is advised that prospective students score up to 240 minimum JAMB cut off mark and above to stand a chance of studying Mass Communication due to the competitive nature of the course. Though cut off mark may vary from school to school. Ideally, the 240 JAMB score is enough to see any candidate through so long as you pass your post UTME.
In the above, we have listed the two major requirements and correct O’level subjects combination for studying Mass Communication.
We will not deny the fact that having the correct WAEC or NECO subject combination for Mass Communication is also a key metric for determining whether a candidate is eligible to gain admission into any university but other requirements must be put into consideration too.
Below are the approved JAMB/UTME subjects every student must write in JAMB in order to study Mass Communication as a course in both NOUN and any University or polytechnic in Nigeria
UTME Subjects To Write For Studying Mass Communication
During UTME, all candidates are mandated to write just the following subjects as it relates to their preferred choice of course. For Mass Communication, the following subjects are mandatory, any other subjects aside the under-listed subjects, candidates automatically loses his or her chances of studying this course.
1) English Language
iii) Economics plus two other Social Science / Arts subjects or Mathematics
Having the above information as regards the O’level and UTME subjects a candidate must posses in order to study Mass Communication cannot be complete without knowing the schools that offer this course. See the list below for schools currently offering Mass Communication.
These information provided here are JAMB’s requirements and all candidates searching for the correct O’Level and UTME subjects for studying Mass Communication as a course in any University and Polytechnic in Nigeria. All schools are have been warned to comply with the directives which are still in force.
Hope the above information is well understood? If you have any question as regards WAEC and NECO O’level subjects requirements for studying Mass Communication and the JAMB approved subjects combination for Mass Communication as a course, kindly get back to us via our comment section below and we shall respond accordingly.