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JAMB & WAEC Subject Combination For Law 2020/2021 Academic Session

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Written by Frank Steward

On this schoolfee Portal, we will be lecturing all candidates on the respective Jamb and Waec Subject combination for Law. As you all know that Law happens to be one of the most sorts after lucrative courses in Nigeria and nationwide.

It interested us to find out that Parents now want and wish for their children to study Law in school due to some certain reasons, most of them for future purposes in other to prevent Family crises. To be frank with you all,  their  Branches Of law, it all depends on what you want.

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But what so ever may be the case of this decision, whatever the case may be, we all know that the Judiciary and Law, in particular, Stay calm as we draft out some amazing waec subjects for law school that will guide you from making a mistake in as much as you so desire.

Jamb And Waec Subject Combination For Law

Candidates who desire to study law should take note of the subject combination below for proper guidance.

  • Use Of English language (Compulsory)
  • Use Of Government/CRS/IRS
  • Literature in English
  • And any other social science subjects.

Please if you wish to study Law, make sure you score a very high Mark in your Jamb to avoid being denied admission.

Here Is WAEC Subject Requirements For Law

A student should bear it in mind that they require at least 9 subjects in waec and obtaining 5 Credit Passes, Unlike Jamb where you are expected to have only 4 subjects. Below is Waec Subject combination for the law.

  • Mathematics(Compulsory)
  • English language (Compulsory)
  • Literature in English(Compulsory)
  • Government
  • Commerce
  • CRS/IRS
  • Biology science
  • Agricultural science
  • Economics

IMPORTANT NOTE: We came to find out that the English language is a compulsory subject that is demanded by all universities in Nigeria offering Law.  While some other universities might vary due to the following below.

  • Know it that AAU, NAU accept one credit in a subject from Sciences and a pass in Mathematics
  • Have it in mins that ESUTECH accepts credit in Mathematics or another subject from Sciences
  • While UNIJOS actually does not require a pass in Mathematics but accepts it
  • Coming down to UNILAG does not accept credits in Fine Arts or Music and neither does it accept Accounting for those who want to study law. Instead, it accepts Economics or Commerce but not the two
  • On the other hand, UNILORIN, UNIBEN, AAU, OAU, BU, UNN all accept English literature and two other (any) subjects
  • UI accepts credits in Sciences
  • ABUAD, NDU, UMYU wants credit passes in Mathematics along with other subjects from Arts
  • Note that DELSU, ABU both accept English literature plus any other Social Science or Arts subjects in any combinations
  • Lastly, UNIUYO, UNIBEN, UNILAG, MADONNA all require a credit pass in Mathematics

I came to find out that some schools want credits and passes only in case they are received after no more than two sittings. Why not make sure you pass it all to avoid stories.

Comprehensive List Of Other Courses Under Law

  • JIL 112 Legal Methods II 2
  • ECC 102 Principles of Economics II 2
  • PSY 102 Introduction to Psychology II 2
  • ECC 101 Principles of Economics I 2
  • PSY 101 Introduction to Psychology I 2
  • ENG 111 English Literature I 2
  • ENG 112 English Literature II 2
  • GST 162 Introduction to the Social Sciences 2
  • JIL 211 Nigerian Legal System I 4
  • JIL 111 Legal Methods I 2
  • GST 111 Communication in English I 2
  • GST 123 Communication in French 2
  • GST 125 Introduction to Entrepreneur
  • PUL 221 Constitutional Law I 4
  • PUL 223 Administrative Law I 4
  • GST 113 Nigerian Peoples & Culture 2
  • GST 121 Use of Library 2
  • GST 102 Fundamental Philosophy 1
  • GST112 Logic, Philosophy and Human Existence 2
  • GST 122 Communication in English II 2
  • GST 142 Communication in German 1
  • PPL 343 Environmental Law I 4
  • JIL 212 Nigerian Legal System II 4
  • PUL 222 Constitutional Law II 4
  • PUL 224 Administrative Law II 4
  • PUL 524 Media Law 4
  • CIL 534 Oil and Gas Law II 4
  • CIL 231 Law of Contract I 4
  • CSC 101 Introduction to Computer Science 2
  • GST 211 Fundamental Theology 1
  • GST 215 Introduction to Entrepreneurship Studies II 2
  • GST 221 History & Philosophy of Science 2
  • CIL 333 Labour Law I 4
  • CIL 335 Information Technology Law I 4
  • CIL 337 Legal Informatics 4
  • PPL 441 Land Law I 4
  • PPL 443 Equity and Trust I 4
  • LAW 592 Research Project 6
  • PPL 342 Law Of Torts II 4
  • JIL 312 Human Rights II 4
  • GST 224 Fundamental Ethics 1
  • PUL 321 Criminal Law I 4
  • CIL 331 Commercial Law I 4
  • JIL 514 International Law II 4
  • PUL 224 Administrative Law II 4
  • CIL 232 Law of Contract II 4
  • GST 222 Peace and Conflict Resolution 2
  • PUL 323 Health Law I 4
  • SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology I 2
  • PUL 322 Criminal Law II 4
  • CIL 332 Commercial Law II 4
  • PPL 341 Law of Torts 4
  • JIL 311 Human Rights I 4
  • CIL 431 Revenue Law I 4
  • CIL 433 Laws Arbitration I 4
  • PSC 101 Introduction to Political Science 2
  • BAM 201 Principles of Management I 3
  • PUL 422 Law of Evidence II 4
  • PPL 442 Land law II 4
  • PPL 444 Equity and trust II 4
  • PUL 324 Health Law II 4
  • CIL 334 Labour Law II 4
  • CIL 336 Information Technology Law II 4
  • CIL 338 Legal Informatics 4
  • PPL 445 Family Law I 4
  • JIL 412 Conflict of Laws II 4
  • PPL 446 Family Law II 4
  • C1L 432 Revenue Law II 4
  • CIL 434 Laws Arbitration 4
  • PSC 102 Introduction to Political Science II 2
  • BAM 202 Principles of Management II 3
  • JIL 511 Jurisprudence I 4
  • PPL 344 Environmental Law II 4
  • SOC 102 Introduction to Sociology II 2
  • PUL 421 Law of Evidence I 4
  • JIL 513 International Law I 4
  • JIL 515 Humanitarian Law 4
  • PUL 521 Civil Procedure I 4
  • PUL523 Media Law 4
  • CIL 533 Oil and Gas Law I 4
  • CIL 535 Banking Law I 4
  • CIL 537 Intellectual Property I 4
  • JIL 512 Jurisprudence II 4
  • CIL 532 Company Law II 4
  • PUL 522 Criminal! Procedure II 4
  • JIL 516 Humanitarian Law 4
  • JIL 411 Conflict of Laws I 4
  • CIL 531 Company Law I 4
  • LAW 591 Research Methodology 4
  • CIL 536 Banking Law II 4
  • CIL 538 Intellectual Property II 4

Universities That Offer Law In Nigeria

Are you looking for other schools for law? stay calm, we will be listing out a comprehensive list of Universities where you can also study law without much stress.

  • Al-Hikmah University, Ilorin
  • Lead City University, Ibadan
  • Crescent University, Abeokuta
  • University Of Jos, Jos
  • Nasarawa State University, Keffi
  • Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko
  • Benue State University, Makurdi
  • Adeleke University, Ede, Osun State
  • Ajayi Crowther University, Oyo
  • Joseph Ayo Babalola University, Ikeji-Arakeji
  • Imo State University, Owerri
  • Renaissance University, Ojiagu-Agbani, Enugu
  • University Of Benin, Benin City
  • University Of Nigeria Nsukka
  • Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife
  • University Of Ibadan, Ibadan
  • University Of Lagos
  • The Rivers State University Of Science And Technology located in Port Harcourt
  • University Of Uyo
  • Osun State University, Osogbo
  • Anambra State University, Uli
  • Bauchi State University, Gadau, Bauchi State
  • Umaru Musa Yaradua University, Katsina
  • Niger Delta University, Wilberforce Island
  • Kogi State University, Anyigba
  • Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma
  • Ekiti State University, Ado-Ekiti
  • Nigerian Police Academy, Wudil, Kano State
  • The Enugu State University Of Science And Technology located in Enugu
  • Nigeria Turkish Nile University, Abuja
  • National Open University Of Nigeria
  • Afe Babalola University, Ado-Ekiti
  • Babcock University, Ilishan-Remo
  • Yobe State University, Damaturu
  • Baze University, FCT, Abuja
  • Benson Idahosa University, Benin City
  • Morris University, Iwo
  • Igbinedion University, Okada, Benin City

Places You  Can Work With a Degree in Law 

  • Work As Barrister’s clerk
  • Work As a Company’s secretary
  • As a Detective
  • As a Barrister
  • As a licensed conveyancer
  • Work as paralegal
  • Also as a  solicitor
  • Also a chartered legal executive (England and Wales)

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