O Level Requirement for Agricultural Economics

Few people know that one of the main reasons for the increase in the purchase of changing universities and institutions is that most applicants do not confirm the correct O`Level subjects required for the study of Agricultural Economics and Farm Management before the start of the UTME, thus letting them go through the process of changing courses or institutions and sometimes, Both. In today`s article, I will give you all the details about the combination of WAEC and NECO subjects, also known as O`Level subjects, and the requirements for studying agricultural economics and farm management at our universities and colleges. The use of the correct and approved requirements of the O`Level subject as well as the combination of UTME subjects for agricultural economics and farm management facilitates the admission process for applicants wishing to be admitted to study agricultural economics and farm management at their various institutions. The following science subjects are available for your O`Level subject combination/requirement. d) Very good degrees in three jupeb subjects, namely chemistry and two (2) biology/agricultural sciences, mathematics and physics. It does not accept the notice of approval. Applicants must also meet the requirements of Level O. (ii) UNICAL accepts: a) two Level A passes in Chemistry, Biology/Botany/Zoology/Agricultural Sciences/Geography/Geology/Economics and Mathematics. b) HND, OND/NCE at the performance level, but does not accept IJMB and accepts at least one pass in physics.

Why study agricultural economics? Agricultural economics is a specialization in the discipline of agricultural sciences that studies the field of economics of agricultural production, the agricultural input industry and food industry, services in rural areas, and agricultural policy and rural policy. The study of agricultural economics trains experts to work in farms and cooperatives, advisory services and other public services. What is WAEC, NECO, GCE, Special Consideration (Waiver) for Agricultural Economics (i) University of Agriculture, Makurdi and Michael Okpara University of Agriculture Umudike accept a passport in physics. ii) Delta State University, Abraka (DELSU) accepts a passport in English. (iii) Ebonyi State University, Abakaliki and Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago Iwoye require an “O” level credit in Physics Through. (v) The University of Benin (UNIBEN) accepts statistics and other mathematics. Also requires at least one physics passport and one biology passport for applicants with an agriculture credit. (vi) Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife (OAU) does not require loans in geography and economics.

(vii) Osun Osogbo State University (UNIOSUN) as in the fisheries sector. (viii) Michael Okpara University of Agricultural Umudike requires five O-level credits in up to two sessions to include English, mathematics, chemistry, biology or agricultural sciences and other scientific subjects. In addition, loans in agricultural sciences must have at least one passport in biology(x) Osun Osogbo State University (UNIOSUN) requires five “O” level credits in the SSCE or equivalent to no more than two sessions in addition to an acceptable loan in the EMU. (xi) The University of Nigeria, Nsukka (UNN) accepts five O-level credits in the subjects taught Long English, Biology/or Agriculture. Science, chemistry and mathematics or physics. (xii) Owerri Federal University of Technology (FUTO) requires five SSCE credits in English, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Agricultural Sciences and Economics. He accepts a passport in physics in no more than two sessions. (xiii) Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, Ogbomoso (LAUTECH) requires English, chemistry, biology/agricultural sciences and physics/economics/geography. (xii) Abeokuta Federal Agricultural University (FUNAAB) requires: a) credits in English, mathematics, chemistry, physics and biology.

(b) At least a degree in physics. c) Successful applicants in biology must have a credit in agricultural sciences. It does not accept agricultural science instead of biology.

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