Knowing the LASU subject combination for Economics will save you from losing your LASU admission and changing of institution or course.
In this guide…
You will see the direct entry, WAEC and JAMB subject combination for Economics in LASU as well as other requirements for your admission.
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Lagos State University (LASU) offers Economics as one of their courses under Management Science.
How many years course is Economics in LASU?
The number of years it will take you to study Economics in LASU depends on your Mode of Entry or how you gained admission.
If you gained admission through Direct Entry, you will study Economics in LASU for (3) years.
And if you gained admission through JAMB, you will study Economics in LASU for (4) years.
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Direct entry requirement for Economics in LASU
The direct entry requirement for Economics in LASU is as follows.
- Two ‘A’ level passes in Economics and English Language.
**Direct Entry candidates must also satisfy the O/level requirements.
O/level subject combination for Economics in LASU
You require at least five O/level credit in:
- English Language
- And any (2) subjects from Arts or Social Science.
JAMB subject combination for Economics in LASU
The (4) JAMB subject combination for Economics in LASU is as follows.
- And any (1) subject from Arts, Social Science.
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7 thoughts on “LASU Subject Combination For Economics”
As a science student can I go for economics with the following jamb combo English, Maths, Economics and Biology
Can I also study accounting with the aggregate of 67.25 in Lasu
Can I study Economics with the aggregate of 67.25 in Lasu
Am an art student is this olevel combinations ok for economics in LASU math, economics,government,english,crs, literature, civic, marketing, ict. Also my Jamb score is okay. Is the 9 subject okay
Is about the o level subject combination
Am an art student but want to study economics, if I have mathematics, English, economics, government and Yoruba with good grade, can I still study economics
The combination is OK.