This is JAMB brochure for Environmental Management under the Faculty of Sciences. This brochure will guide you on institutions offering Environmental Management course in Nigeria, UTME subject combination for the course, O’level requirements for UTME candidates, A’level, ND, HND, NCE, requirements for Direct Entry candidates, and other necessary information.
Universities Offering Environmental Management Course In Nigeria
Here list of universities offering Environmental Management in Nigeria
- Crescent University
- Ekiti State University
- Igbinedion University
O’Level Subject Subject Combination For Environmental Management Course
To study Environmental Management in any university in Nigeria, it is required to have Five SSCE credit passes in English Language, Mathematics, Chemistry, Biology and Physics
UTME Subjects Combination For Environmental Management Course
English Language is compulsory for all courses. The other three subjects required for Environmental Management under the Faculty of Sciences n the institutions are:
Biology, Chemistry and either Physics or Mathematics
Direct Entry Requirements for Environmental Management
Two ‘A’ level passes in Chemistry and any one from Biology, Zoology or Botany
SPECIAL CONSIDERATION (WAIVER) REMARKS
Waiver For UTME Candidates
(i) CRESCENT requires credit passes in five SSCE/GCE/NECO subjects including English Language, Mathematics, Chemistry and Geography with at least a pass in Physics, Biology and Agric Science.
Waiver For Direct Entry Candidates
(i) IGBINEDION accepts ND/NCE in Biology, Food Technology or Botany.
(ii) CRESENT same as in Biodiversity Conservation and Utilization Level IJAMB/NCE/ND or approved equivalent in Botany, Zoology, Biology and Chemistry.
(iii) CRESCENT accepts
(a) CRESCENT accepts IJMB and ‘A’ Level passes in Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics or Geography at acceptable grades.
(b) ND, HND or its equivalent in Agric or Civil Engineering or elated courses provided the O’ level requirements have been met can be admitted into 200 level.
(C) or its recognized equivalents at not more than two sittings. The subjects should be of the Sciences.
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