Full List of Art Courses You Can Study Without Literature in English in Nigeria

List of Art Courses without literature

Are you an art student that does not like literature in English as a subject?

Well,  it’s not a bad thing! We constantly see questions like:which course can I study with e8 in literature or what are the art courses that don’t require literature in Nigeria. Some may ask: can I study mass communication without literature, what are the art courses that don’t need literature,  can I study law with d7 in literature?

Well in this article, we would be answering all these questions!

But before we proceed, I would like to add that literature is a very core subject for art courses.

Literature courses

For most of the art courses in this list,  literature in English is not compulsory in JAMB/UTME, WAEC, O’LEVEL, NECO but it could be accepted if added.

List Of  Art Courses You Can Study Without Literature

  1. Art

  2. Arabic studies

  3. Arabic Language

  4. Archaeology

  5. Christian Religious Studies

  6. Fine and Applied Arts

  7. Creative and visual arts

  8. Environmental Science

  9. Visual and Applied Arts

  10. History

  11. History

  12. History and strategic studies

  13. History and international studies

  14. History and diplomatic studies

  15. International studies and diplomacy

  16. International Relations and diplomacy

  17. History and diplomacy

  18. History and International Relations

  19. International and Comparative Politics

  20. History and Archaeology

  21. Islamic Studies

  22. Philosophy

  23. Philosophy and Religious studies

  24. Comparative Religious Studies

  25. Yoruba and Communication Art

  26. Fulfulde

  27. Economics

  28. Political Science

  29. Geography

  30. Psychology

  31. Sociology

  32. Sociology and Anthropology

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