What are the JAMB subject combination for Finance for 2021/2022? If you are really interested in knowing the JAMB as well the O level (WAEC) subject combination required to study Finance under the faculty of Social and Management Sciences then it may please you to know that we have covered JAMB and WAEC subject combination for Finance here in this post you are currently reading.
To make this official, this is a notice to inform all JAMB and WAEC candidates who will be sitting for the upcoming JAMB examination that JAMB subject combination for Finance has been released by the management of the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB).
Keep in mind that the JAMB subject combinations as well as the o level (WAEC) requirements mentioned on this post are only meant for Finance under the faculty of Social and Management Sciences.
JAMB Subject Combination For Finance
The required JAMB subject subject combination for Finance are:
Mathematics, Economics and any other Social Science subject.
WAEC (O Level) Subject Requirements For Finance
The list of compulsory WAEC subjects required for Finance under the faculty of are as follows:
Five SSCE credit passes including English Language, Mathematics, Economics and two other relevant subjects.
Special Requirements (Waiver) Remarks
(i) UNIILORIN requires ‘O; level credit passes in any three of Accounting, Business Method, Commerce, Geography, Economics, Statistics and Government.
(ii) AUN accepts:
(a) ‘A’ level passes chosen from English Language, Mathematics, Environmental Science, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Literature in English, Government, History, Economics, Geography, Further Mathematics, Technical Drawing, Visual Arts, Computer Studies, Information Technology, Civics, and French.
(b) does not accept credit passes in the following; Agriculture, Food and Nutrition, Home Economics, Home Craft, Home management, Physical Education, Physical and Health Education, Music, Commerce, Accounting, Financial Accounting, Book keeping, Islamic History, Religious Studies, Tajweed, Library Studies, Diction, Kiswahili, Igbo, Hausa, Yoruba, Arabic, Turkish, Study skills.
(c) accepts ICGSE and ‘A’ level Cambridge and does not offer admissions direct to 200 level programs. May transfer credits relevant to it’s major at the discretion of the Dean of school