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List of Less Competitive Courses in UNILAG

Many students hope to attend the University of Lagos, thus they list it as an option during UTME registration. If you took the UTME and post-UTME screening test and still weren’t accepted, you might be wondering what less-competitive majors are available at UNILAG. This is a common practice among students. Nevertheless, there are a select few who want to hold off on reapplying till the subsequent UTME enrollment.

List of Less Competitive Courses in UNILAG 1

Courses at University of Lagos might be as rigorous or as relaxed as any other university. In the first place, what exactly do we mean when we say “competitive courses” and “less competitive courses”? For example, if you look at the courses offered at UNILAG, you’ll agree that subjects like “Computer Science,” “Accounting,” “Business Administration,” “Law,” and “Mass Communications” are some of the most competitive courses registered by students who hope to gain admission to Delta State or any other university in Nigeria. Simply put, competitive courses are those that receive high UTME and DE registration volumes, while non-competitive courses receive lower registration volumes.

If you choose a less popular major at UNILAG, you have a significantly better chance of getting accepted into the university, provided you meet the minimum JAMB score requirement. The risk of choosing a course with a high number of applicants is that even if you meet the requirements in terms of grade point average and test scores, you may still be rejected for admission.

If you’re a student at UNILAG, whether in the arts, sciences, or business, this post will be helpful because I’ll be detailing the less competitive courses offered in each department.

LIST OF LESS COMPETITIVE COURSES IN UNILAG

FACULTY OF SCIENCES

  1. Mathematics and Statistics
  2. Physics
  3. Zoology
  4. Fisheries
  5. Environmental Biology
  6. Fisheries Technology
  7. Fisheries Biology and Fisheries Management
  8. Aquaculture
  9. Environmental Toxicology and Pollution Management
  10. Aquatic Resource and Pollution Management
  11. Applied Entomology and Pest Management
  12. Environmental Management
  13. Natural Resources Conservation

FACULTY OF ART

  1. European Languages (French and Russian)
  2. English Literature
  3. Linguistics, African and Asian
  4. Philosophy

FACULTY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES

  1. Social Work
  2. Psychology
  3. Sociology
  4. Geography and Planning
  5. Managerial Psychology
  6. Transportation Planning and Management

FACULTY OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

  1. Actuarial Science
  2. Insurance
  3. Risk Management and Insurance
  4. Operations Research
  5. Organization behavior
  6. Production/Operations Management

FACULTY OF LAW

  1. Jurisprudence and International Law
  2. Commercial and Industrial law
  3. Public Law
  4. Private and Property Law
  5. Legal Studies
  6. Conflict Management
  7. Dispute Resolution

FACULTY OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES

  1. Architecture
  2. Environmental Design
  3. Urban Design
  4. Landscape Architecture
  5. Building
  6. Construction Management
  7. Construction Technology
  8. Estate Management
  9. Urban and Regional Planning
  10. Quantity Surveying
  11. Facilities Management

FACULTY OF EDUCATION

  1. Guidance and Counseling
  2. Adult Education
  3. Adult Education Management
  4. Adult Literacy and Non-formal Education
  5. Mathematics education
  6. Physics education
  7. Biology education
  8. Chemistry education
  9. Integrated Science education
  10. Social Studies education
  11. Geography Education
  12. History Education
  13. Human Kinetics and Health Education
  14. Exercise Physiology
  15. Sports Administration/Management
  16. Home Economics Education
  17. Technology education
  18. Business Education
  19. English Education
  20. English Literature education
  21. French Education
  22. Yoruba Education
  23. Igbo Education
  24. Christian Religious Studies
  25. Islamic Studies Education
  26. Religion Education
  27. Music education
  28. Curriculum Theory
  29. Educational Administration and Planning
  30. Educational Psychology
  31. Measurement and Evaluation
  32. Philosophy of education
  33. Sociology of education
  34. Community Development and Social Work
  35. Manpower Training and Development

These are some of the University of Lagos less competitive courses. Bear in mind that this in no way indicates that these courses are inferior to others; rather, it simply indicates that fewer applicants who match the prerequisites for these courses have registered for them at UNILAG.

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