List of Courses in Nigeria that can be Studied without Mathematics

Nuelson Penuel Sunday, August 13, 2023 Basis

In Nigeria, Mathematics is a compulsory subject that must be credited before going for some courses. However, is quite unfortunate that not all students are able to make their mathematics in their O'Level hence making them to raise the question what course can I study without mathematics. Therefore, in this blog post, we are going o outline and explain 26 courses that can be studied without mathematics in Nigeria.

1. English Language and Literature

This course focuses on the study of the English language, its literature, and its various aspects such as linguistics, creative writing, and critical analysis.

2. History and International Studies:

This course delves into the study of historical events, civilizations, cultures, diplomacy, and international relations. It offers insights into different periods, societies, and global interactions.

3. Sociology:

Sociology is the study of human behavior, society, and social relationships. It examines social structures, institutions, norms, and their impact on individuals and communities. 4. Political Science: Political Science involves the study of politics, government systems, political theories, public policies, and international affairs.

5. Philosophy:

This course explores fundamental questions about existence, knowledge, ethics, reasoning, and values. It develops critical thinking and analytical skills.

6. Linguistics:

Linguistics focuses on the scientific study of language structure, phonetics, syntax, semantics, and language acquisition.

7. Mass Communication:

Mass Communication involves the study of media processes, journalism, public relations, advertising, television, radio, and film production.

8. Psychology:

Psychology is the study of human behavior and mental processes. It covers areas like cognitive psychology, developmental psychology, social psychology, and clinical psychology.

9. Education:

Education courses include Early Childhood Education, Special Education, Guidance and Counseling, Adult Education, and Education Administration, focusing on teaching and educational management.

10. Law:

While law requires logical thinking and analysis, advanced mathematics is not a major component. It focuses on legal principles, regulations, and courtroom procedures.

11. Fine Arts:

Fine Arts covers areas like painting, sculpture, ceramics, printmaking, and photography. It develops creativity, artistic skills, and aesthetic appreciation.

12. Performing Arts:

Courses in Theater Arts, Music, Dance, and Drama involve the study of theatrical performance, music theory, acting techniques, and stagecraft.

13. Linguistics and Nigerian Languages:

This course focuses on the study of Nigerian languages, their phonetics, grammar, syntax, and sociolinguistics.

14. Geography:

Geography involves the study of the Earth's physical features, climate, natural resources, cartography, and environmental management.

15. Archaeology:

Archaeology explores the study of human history through excavation and analysis of artifacts, structures, and ancient civilizations.

16. Social Work:

Social Work courses equip students with knowledge and skills to advocate for social justice, help individuals, families, and communities, and promote well-being.

17. International Relations:

International Relations examines global politics, international organizations, diplomacy, foreign policy, and global security issues.

18. Criminology and Security Studies:

This course focuses on the study of crime, criminal justice, law enforcement, forensic science, and security management.

19. Public Administration:

Public Administration entails the study of governance, policy-making, public finance, organizational management, and public service.

20. Hotel and Hospitality Management:

Hotel and Hospitality Management courses train students in the management and operations of hotels, resorts, and hospitality establishments.

21. Tourism and Event Management:

This course focuses on the management and promotion of tourism, event planning, destination marketing, and tourism development.

22. Agricultural Science:

Agricultural Science covers areas like crop production, animal husbandry, agricultural economics, agribusiness, and farm management.

23. Nutrition and Dietetics:

This course involves the study of food science, human nutrition, dietetics, and the promotion of healthy eating habits.

24. Medical Laboratory Science:

Medical Laboratory Science deals with laboratory testing, diagnosis, and analysis of medical samples to aid in disease diagnosis and treatment.

25. Pharmacy:

Pharmacy courses focus on the study of drugs, their effects on the body, pharmaceutical care, and dispensing medication.

26. Radiography:

Radiography involves the use of medical imaging techniques such as X-rays, CT scans, and MRI to diagnose and treat diseases.


These are just a selection of courses in Nigeria that do not require advanced mathematics. It's important to note that while mathematics may not be a prerequisite for admission or completion of these courses, some basic mathematical concepts may still be integrated into specific modules or subjects within the curriculum.

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