please for students aspiring to study law,can government be substituted for C.R.S or History..?

please for students aspiring to study law,can government be substituted for C.R.S or History..?

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Oluwafresh
1 month ago
My friend. Even if it can be substituted my advice will be that you should offer government since you are going for a law course...
That will have more piority than any other subject on law..
No essence of law without a government or governing body.
Think about it. Thanks.
The requirements to those who want to study law
The major JAMB subject combination for law are 4 subjects
namely: English language, literature, Government and Economics
or Commerce
In case we are speaking about JAMB subject combination for law
and WAEC, it's a list of nine subjects: Mathematics, English
language, literature, Economics, Government CRS/IRS, Biology, one
Nigerian language and or Agricultural sciences.
There’s a range of special requirements to JAMB and O’level
subject combination for law in Nigeria universities, so, let’s check
them out:
– BU, UNN, AAU, UNILORIN, UNIBEN demand an exam in English
literature and two others subjects.
– UI allows exams in sciences.
– ABU and DELSU also require English literature and some other
Arts subjects.
– UNN requires no Mathematics, local languages or Fine Arts.
– UNIBEN, MADONNA, UNIUYO, BIU and IMSU demand passed
Mathematics.
– NAU and AAU want to see one credit in science, one credit in a
commercial subject and mathematics.
– BSU sees no difference and accepts any three subjects from
Arts and Sciences.
– UNILAG requires English language, literature, Mathematics and
one more subject from Arts or Social Sciences.
– ESUTECH needs one credit in Mathematics.
– ABUAD wants credits in English language plus literature,
Mathematics, and other two subjects from the area of Arts or
Social Science.
– NDU also requires Mathematics credit in addition to language
and literature ones.
– BU wants five credits in the language plus literature, as
everywhere, and the Arts or Social Sciences credits received after
no more than two sittings.
– UMYU also requires five credits: English language plus
literature and three more subjects from the Arts or Social
Sciences, and a pass in Mathematics received after no more than
two sittings.
As you can see, the majority of universities have the same
requirements for subjects one chooses to study law. However,
some of them demand Mathematics as well. So, if you have once
thought that lawyers would never need it, you were mistaken
unfortunately.
Omodele Feranmi
1 month ago
The requirements to those who want to study law
The major JAMB subject combination for law are 4 subjects
namely: English language, literature, Government and Economics
or Commerce
In case we are speaking about JAMB subject combination for law
and WAEC, it's a list of nine subjects: Mathematics, English
language, literature, Economics, Government CRS/IRS, Biology, one
Nigerian language and or Agricultural sciences.
There’s a range of special requirements to JAMB and O’level
subject combination for law in Nigeria universities, so, let’s check
them out:
– BU, UNN, AAU, UNILORIN, UNIBEN demand an exam in English
literature and two others subjects.
– UI allows exams in sciences.
– ABU and DELSU also require English literature and some other
Arts subjects.
– UNN requires no Mathematics, local languages or Fine Arts.
– UNIBEN, MADONNA, UNIUYO, BIU and IMSU demand passed
Mathematics.
– NAU and AAU want to see one credit in science, one credit in a
commercial subject and mathematics.
– BSU sees no difference and accepts any three subjects from
Arts and Sciences.
– UNILAG requires English language, literature, Mathematics and
one more subject from Arts or Social Sciences.
– ESUTECH needs one credit in Mathematics.
– ABUAD wants credits in English language plus literature,
Mathematics, and other two subjects from the area of Arts or
Social Science.
– NDU also requires Mathematics credit in addition to language
and literature ones.
– BU wants five credits in the language plus literature, as
everywhere, and the Arts or Social Sciences credits received after
no more than two sittings.
– UMYU also requires five credits: English language plus
literature and three more subjects from the Arts or Social
Sciences, and a pass in Mathematics received after no more than
two sittings.
As you can see, the majority of universities have the same
requirements for subjects one chooses to study law. However,
some of them demand Mathematics as well. So, if you have once
thought that lawyers would never need it, you were mistaken.
.
Even if it can be substituted my advice will be that you should offer government since you are going for a law course...
That will have more piority than any other subject on law..
No essence of law without a government or governing body.
Think about it. Thanks.
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