Course Can I Study With F9 In Literature: What Course Can I Study With F9 In Literature? 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.
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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?
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.
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LIST OF COURSES YOU CAN STUDY WITHOUT LITERATURE IN ENGLISH
- 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
All the courses above can be studied without literature in English. So, go for anyone that you like.
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