Last updated on January 10, 2021 by The Counselor
Were you an Art student in secondary school who is still busy with the thoughts of which Art course you can study in Nigeria without Literature?
Literature in English Language is a nightmare to some of you. But do you know that Literature in English Language is not a compulsory subject in O level / WAEC for some Art courses?
What I meant is, you don’t need credit in Literature in English Language to study some major Art courses in Nigeria universities. Some of you are sitting at home for long because you don’t have credit in Literature in English Language but I have good news for you.
There are over 30 courses you can study without having credit in Literature in English Language. Yes!!! This is true but you may never know because you have never been within the four walls of the university. No university in Nigeria will inform you that there are courses you can study without Literature in English Language as an Art student.
Read the best Art courses
I have compiled 30 lists of art courses you can study as a student of Art department in secondary school. Besides, your department in secondary school does not determine what you will study in the university. So long you have the right subject combination for the course you wish to study. What I meant was that as an Art student, can also study commercial courses. Don’t limit yourself…
These are the list of courses you can study without Literature
- Arabic Language
- Arabic studies
- Christian Religious Studies
- Comparative Religious Studies
- Creative and visual arts
- Environmental Science
- Fine and Applied Arts
- History and Archaeology
- History and diplomacy
- History and diplomatic studies
- History and International Relations
- History and international studies
- History and strategic studies
- International and Comparative Politics
- International Relations and diplomacy
- International studies and diplomacy
- Islamic Studies
- Philosophy and Religious studies
- Political Science
- Religious study
- Sociology and Anthropology
- Visual and Applied Arts
- Yoruba and Communication Art