The Common and Islamic Law O’level and UTME subjects combination is the same for all schools irrespective of the higher institution. For example, all universities, polytechnics, and colleges of education offering Common and Islamic Law are mandated to make use of the same Subject Combo as a requirement for the above course.
Making use of the correct and approved O’level subject requirements plus JAMB subject combination for Common and Islamic Law makes the admission process much easier for candidates seeking admission to study Common and Islamic Law in their various institutions.
Not many are aware that one of the major reasons 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 O’level subjects required to study Common and Islamic Law and thus making them go through the process of change of course or institution and sometimes, both.
In this post today, we shall be giving candidates full details as regards the WAEC and NECO otherwise known as O’level subject’s combination and requirements for studying Common and Islamic Law in our universities and polytechnics.
Common and Islamic Law 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 school’s search for online. We will not just concentrate on the O’level subjects required to study Common and Islamic Law or the list of universities in Nigeria offering Common and Islamic Law but also, the best schools to study this course but this is not to say other schools offering Common and Islamic Law are of lesser quality.
Upon completing this post, you ought to be clear about the followings:
- O’level Subjects for studying Common and Islamic Law in any Nigerian University or polytechnic
- Admission Requirements for studying Common and Islamic Law
- Whether you can combine WAEC and NECO results to Study Common and Islamic Law (Yes you can though this also depends on the institution)
- Cut off Mark for Common and Islamic Law in any University or Polytechnic
- List of Universities in Nigeria that offers Common and Islamic Law
O’LEVEL AND UTME APPROVED SUBJECTS COMBINATION FOR COMMON AND ISLAMIC LAW
Also, in the quest to study Common and Islamic Law, most candidates look out for the best institution for studying Common and Islamic Law as a course. Say for example; The 5 universities listed below are not just known for studying Common and Islamic Law but can be regarded as the best schools for this course.
O’LEVEL COMBINATION AND REQUIREMENTS FOR STUDYING COMMON AND ISLAMIC LAW
Studying Common and Islamic Law as the case may present itself requires that candidate possess the following:
Five (5) O Level credit passes in Arts or Social Sciences to include English Language and Islamic Studies or Arabic.
Now let’s go through the O’level (NECO/WAEC) and JAMB approved subjects’ combination for studying Common and Islamic Law before discussing about the cut off mark.
UTME SUBJECT COMBINATION FOR COMMON AND ISLAMIC LAW:
Any three (3) Arts or Social Science subjects including Arabic or Islamic Studies.
CUT OFF MARK FOR COMMON AND ISLAMIC LAW
It is advised that prospective students score up to 180 minimum JAMB cut off mark and above to stand a chance of studying Common and Islamic Law due to the competitive nature of the course. Though cut off mark may vary from school to school. Ideally, the 180 JAMB score is enough to see any candidate through so long as you pass your post UTME.
LIST OF UNIVERSITIES OFFERING COMMON AND ISLAMIC LAW
BAYERO UNIVERSITY, KANO, KANO STATE – BUK
UNIVERSITY OF ILORIN, ILORIN, KWARA STATE – UNIILORIN
KWARA STATE UNIVERSITY, MALETE, ILORIN, KWARA STATE – KWASU
NASARAWA STATE UNIVERSITY, KEFFI, NASARAWA STATE – NSUK
USMANU DANFODIO UNIVERSITY, SOKOTO, SOKOTO STATE – UDUSOK
Hope the above information is well understood? If you have any question as regards O’level subjects requirements for studying Common and Islamic Law and the JAMB approved subjects’ combination for Common and Islamic Law as a course, kindly get back to us via our comment section below and we shall respond accordingly.