National Open University of Nigeria courses offered have been accredited by the National Universities Commission, NUC which gave them an order to legally carry out the lecturing of those particular courses.
Since its establishment, National Open University of Nigeria has been carrying out different types of courses and programs to eligible students who were admitted into the tertiary institution.
Today, MubeeCenter would be discussing about the courses that any aspiring student or applicant can choose to study in the institution.
Although there are many courses of National Open University of Nigeria, it is necessary for one to know and understand which kind of course he/she can choose (that will suit his/her SSCE grades result and even Jamb Result).
Some courses at National Open University of Nigeria are highly competitive, which requires more marks for one to be able to gain admission into the University.
Nevertheless, MubeeCenter would list some criteria for one to look into before choosing any type of program or course offered in National Open University of Nigeria.
They are listed below;
1. Combination of the Subjects of your SSCE (WAEC, NECO, or other)
2. Potential cut-off mark of the course. What this simply mean here is that the special cut-off mark in which your particular course need before one can gains admission into it institution.
Their is different between the cut-off mark and the potential cut-off mark. And what is the difference?
The difference is that cut-off mark means the general approved required marks of National Open University of Nigeria, while the potential one is the cut-off mark that is above the first one which will give chances of being admitted even if their are too much applicants that applied for the course. i.e cut-off mark = 120 (which is the general) potential cut-off mark= 150
Meanwhile, the potential one gives one more assurance of getting admission.
Without much wasting of time, it is highly important for us to discuss the Subject Combination too.
The subject combination of the National Open University of Nigeria course is almost the same with others, but with little difference.
The subject combinations are basic subjects which one study in his secondary school. They are mostly categorized as 5-6.
The subject combination can fall either in Science, Art, or Commercial. Below is a breakdown list of all the categories.
Mathematics, English, Physic, Chemistry, Biology
Mathematics, English, Literature, Government, Economics,
Mathematics, English, Marketing, Agriculture,
The above is much important for someone to know when choosing any NOUN Course so as to avoid a misleading error. If you are science student, chose a science course and vice-versa.
While there are some general courses of National Open University of Nigeria which all category students can afford to study.
Now let go into the main point, which is NOUN Courses.
See all below;
- B.Agric Animal Science
- B.Agric Agricultural Extension and Rural Development
- B.Agric Agricultural Economics and Agro-Business
- PGD. Agricultural Extension Management
- B.Agric Crop Science
- B.Agric Soil and Land Resources Management
- B.A. English
- B.A. French
- B.A. Arabic
- B.A. Hausa
- B.A. Igbo
- B.A. Yoruba
- M.A. English (Language)
- M.A. English (Literature In English)
- M.A. English (Comparative Literature)
- B.A. Islamic Studies
- B.A. Christian Religious Studies
- PGD. Christian Religious Studies
- M.A. Christian Religious Studies
- M.A. Islamic Studies
- B.A. Philosophy
- B.A.(ED) Early Childhood Education
- B.A.(ED) English
- B.A.(ED) French
- B.A.(ED) Primary Education
- B.Sc.(ED) Business Education
- B.Sc.(ED) Agricultural Science
- B.Sc.(ED) Biology
- B.Sc.(ED) Chemistry
- B.Sc.(ED) Computer Science
- B.Sc.(ED) Integrated Science
- B.Sc.(ED) Mathematics
- B.Sc.(ED) Physics
- M.ED. Educational Technology
- M.ED. Science Education
- PGD. Education
- M.ED. Administration and Planning
- M.ED. Guidance and Counselling
- PGD. Distance Education (PGDDE)
- B.LIS Library and Information Science
- B.Sc.(Ed) Health Education
- B.Sc.(Ed) Human Kinetics
- B.NSc. Nursing Science
- B.Sc. Public Health
- M.Sc. Public Health
- B.Sc. Environmental Health Science
- B.Sc. Business Administration
- B.Sc. Public Administration
- PGD. Business Administration
- PGD. Public Administration
- Masters in Business Administration
- Masters in Public Administration
- M.Sc. Business Administration
- M.Sc. Public Administration
- B.Sc. Marketing
- B.Sc. Entrepreneurship
- B.Sc. Cooperative and Rural Development
- PGD. Entrepreneurship
- M.Sc. Entrepreneurship
- B.Sc. Accounting
- B.Sc. Banking and Finance
- B.Sc. Computer Science
- PGD. Information Technology
- M.Sc. Information Technology
- B.Sc. Information Technology
- B.Sc. Environmental Science and Resource Management
- B.Sc. Environmental Management and Toxicology
- B.Sc. Mathematics
- B.Sc. Maths and Computer Science
- B.Sc. Biology
- B.Sc. Chemistry
- B.Sc. Physics
- B.Sc. Economics
- PGD. Economics
- B.Sc. International Relations
- B.Sc. Mass Communication
- PGD. Mass Communication
- M.Sc. Mass Communication
- B.Sc. Broadcast Journalism
- B.Sc. Film Production
- B.Sc. Political Science
- B.Sc. Tourism Studies
- B.Sc. Peace Studies and Conflict Resolution
- PGD. Peace Studies and Conflict Resolution
- M.Sc. Peace Studies and Conflict Resolution
- B.Sc. Criminology and Security Studies
- PGD. Criminology and Security Studies
- M.Sc. Criminology and Security Studies
- B.Sc. Development Studies
- PhD Christian Theology
- PhD English Language
- PhD Educational Administration
- PhD Educational Technology
- PhD Science Education
- PhD Educational Planning
- PhD Mathematics Education
- PhD Business Administration
- PhD Public Administration
- PhD/MPhil Business Administration
- PhD/MPhil Public Administration
- PhD Information Technology
- PhD Peace Studies and Conflict Resolution
- PhD Mass Communication
- PhD/MPhil Peace Studies and Conflict Resolution
The above are the current only accredited NOUN courses.
They might implement other courses and porgeammes in the future as a matter of time. The institution is on it growing time.
Those courses are major ones almost every Nigerian institution started with before expanding into more.
In a short brief tail, every wished student of the National Open University of Nigeria would choose among the above listed courses, apart from them, you can’t apply for any other courses in the particular institution.