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3 months ago
Best courses for art students.
Literature in English.
Criminology and Security Studies.
Theatre Arts.
Fine & Applied Art.
International Relations / Foreign Languages.
3 months ago
Here are the 10 Best Art
courses to study in Nigeria:
Mass Communication
Mass Communication is definitely one of
the best art courses to study in Nigerian
Universities. Mass communication refers
to imparting and exchanging information
on a large scale, and to a wide range of
people efficiently and speedily.
Students who graduate with a degree in
Mass Communication can pursue a career
in Journalism, broadcasting, digital
communication, or media management
and sales.
Above all, students who graduate with a
degree in mass communication will
ultimately develop mass media journalistic
and technology skills, research and
communication skills. Those skills can
come in handy even if you end up self-
English Language
English Language is also one of the best
Art courses to study in Nigeria. A graduate
of English Language can confidently apply
for any of the following job openings:
Editor / Editorial Assistant (print, online
media companies)
English Language teacher
Lecturer (additional qualifications may
be required)
Journalist, newscaster / reporter
(print, online, radio, TV media)
Writer / Author / blogger, etc.
As you can see, career option for English
Language graduates are so many, which
makes it an interesting field of study.
Economics is largely considered a Social
Sciences course; however, due to the way
Nigerian secondary schools are set up, it is
a course for secondary school students
currently in art class.
With a BSc or BA in Economics, you can
become economic analyst, operations
analyst, research analyst, data analyst,
econometrician / statistician, equity
analyst, data scientist, financial analyst,
policy analyst etc.
Literature in English
Literature in English is definitely one of the
best art courses offered in Nigerian
universities. A fact to back this up is the
exploit Nigerian literists like Wole Soyinka
and Chinua Achebe have made within
Africa and beyond.
Generally, jobs related to Media and
publishing are a good fit for English
Literature graduates. In addition, people
who graduate from this interesting
course can pursue a career in authorship.
In other words, they can earn a living
from authoring interesting books.
Many would argue that Law is by far the
best Art course offered in Nigerian
universities. It is also one of the most
demanding courses in Nigeria.
Notwithstanding, thousands of Nigerians
apply every year for an opportunity to
study law.
As the case may be, job opportunities for
lawyers are in abundance. I guess this
explains the large number of applicants
the course sees every year.
Criminology and Security Studies
With a degree in Criminology and Security
Studies, one can easily kickstart a career
with the Nigeria Police, Civil Defense, DSSS,
etc., which makes the course a good
option for art students in Nigeria.
Theatre Arts
Theatre arts is without doubt a
department suitable for all fun loving
individuals. Aside from the fun aspect of
the course, the job opportunities for
theatre arts graduates are indeed
After graduating with a theatre arts
degree, you can pursue a career in acting,
script writing / directing, Broadcasting,
Media presenting, etc. With all the
aforementioned career option available to
theatre arts graduates, it’s safe to say it’s
one of the best art courses in Nigerian
Music is without doubt one of the best
courses art students can study at any
Nigerian university or polytechnic where it
is offered. Graduates of Music can pursue
a career in Music Production, Songwriting,
Music Therapy, Record Production, Radio /
party DJ, Singing (Vocalist), etc.
Fine & Applied Art
After graduating from the department of
Fine & Applied Art, you can become a
costume designer, fashion designer,
interior decorator, painter, etc., depending
on what you majored in.
Aside from the job opportunities related
to this course, if you have a strong
passion for art, then becoming a pro at it
will definitely be a thing of profound
International Relations / Foreign
International relations / Foreign
languages are hugely underrated courses.
Both courses are separate; however, since
I was torn in between which one to
choose, I decided to include both of them.
Studying International relations or foreign
languages like mandarin (Chinese),
Spanish, German, Russian and French can
really open doors of employment for you
at the embassies / consulates.
And the good thing is, there’s no much
competition with respect to gaining
admission and job openings for those
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