List Of Art Courses I Can Study Without Literature In English
What are the art courses I can study without literature in English?
This is what I am going to discuss in this article. So, if you have been looking for an answer to this question, then this is your junction.
A lot of art students have been asking me this question. So, I have decided to give them the perfect answer with this article. You may want to see some of these questions below:
- Which course can I study with D7 in Literature in English?
- What are the courses I can study with E8/F9 in Literature?
- What are the courses that don’t need literature in English
- Can I study mass communication without literature
- What are those art courses that don’t require Literature?
- Which course can I study without literature in University?
Someone even asked: can I study law without Literature in English
Fortunately, I am going to answer all the questions above in this article. So, if you are looking for the answers to those questions, continue reading this article.
We all know that literature in English is a very important subject to art students (just like physics/chemistry to science students). However, not having literature in English in your WAEC/NECO/GCE result shouldn’t deny you the opportunity to study in the University. Isn’t it?
Art courses i can study without literature in English
This article is for 5 CATEGORIES of people
- Those who failed literature in WAEC/NECO/GCE
- Those who did not include literature in their WAEC/NECO/GCE
- Those whose literature results were withheld
- Those who did not like literature but want to gain admission
- Those who want to sit for JAMB without choosing literature
If you belong to any of the categories of candidates above, then you are almost there. Now, I will give the list of courses you can study without Literature in English.
LIST OF COURSES I CAN STUDY WITHOUT LITERATURE IN ENGLISH
All the courses above can be studied without literature in English. So, go for any one that you like.
- Arabic studies
- Arabic Language
- Christian Religious Studies
- Fine and Applied Arts
- Creative and visual arts
- Environmental Science
- Visual and Applied Arts
- History and strategic studies
- History and international studies
- History and diplomatic studies
- International studies and diplomacy
- International Relations and diplomacy
- History and diplomacy
- History and International Relations
- International and Comparative Politics
- History and Archaeology
- Islamic Studies
- Philosophy and Religious studies
- Comparative Religious Studies
- Yoruba and Communication Art
- Political Science
- Sociology and Anthropology
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