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JAMB Brochure for Mass Communication Degree Programmes

Do you want to study for a degree in Mass Communication in Nigeria? If yes, see the complete JAMB Brochure for Mass Communication here. JAMB brochure contains requirements for mass communication (UME and Direct Entry), a list of schools that offer Mass Communication degree programmes, Mass communication subjects in JAMB-UTME,  as well as other useful information to help you make the right choice.

JAMB Brochure is very useful, especially during JAMB registration. It will help the candidates to know more about their intending course of study, schools that offer the course, subjects to write in JAMB-UTME and specific course requirements.

Candidates who make mistakes in their choice of course, jamb subjects combination or institution of choice will have to pay additional money to enable them to do JAMB change of course/institution.

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JAMB Brochure for Mass Communication Degree Programmes

JAMB Brochure for Mass Communication Degree Programmes

If you are writing JAMB this year, make sure you go through this JAMB Brochure for Mass Communication very well so that you do not make mistakes in your choice of course of school.

What are the four subjects in JAMB for mass communication? Here you will see the JAMB subjects combination for Mass Communication in degree-awarding institutions in Nigeria.

What are the subject needed for Mass Communication in WAEC,  NECO, GCE, or NABTEB? Here you will also see the complete O’level requirement for Mass Communication degree programme in Nigeria.

Mass communication is under which department? Well, Mass communication is a course in Nigerian higher institutions. In Many Universities, Mass Communication is also a department on its own under the faculty of Arts and Humanities. JAMB brochure for Mass Communication

List of Universities that Offer Mass Communication in Nigeria

This section of the JAMB Brochure for Mass Communication Degree Programmes shows the list of degree-awarding institutions that are offering Mass Communication in Nigeria.

Adekunle Ajasin University (AAUA)
Abia State University (ABSU)
Ahmadu Bello University (ABU)
Achievers University (ACHIEVERS)
Adamawa State University (ADSU)
Akwa Ibom State University (AKSU)
Al-Hikmah University (AL-HIKMAH)
Anchor University (ANCHOR-UNI)
Arthur Javis University (ARTHUR-JARVIS)
Adeleke University (AUE)
American University of Nigeria (AUN)
Babcock University (BABCOCK)
Bayero University Kano (BAYERO)
Baze University (BAZE)
University of Benin (BENIN)
Bingham University (BINGHAM)
Benson Idahosa University (BIU)
Borno State University BOSU
Bowen University (BOWEN)
Benue State University (BSU)
Caleb University (CALEB)
Chrisland University (CHRISLAND)
Christopher University (CHRISTOPHER)
Clifford University (CLIFFORD)
Coal City University (COAL-CITY)
Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu University (COOU)
Crawford University (CRAWFORD)
Crown-Hill University (CROWN-HILL)
Crescent University (CUAB)
Delta State University (DELSU)
Dominican University (DOMINICAN-UNI)
Dominion University (DOMINION)
Ebonyi State University (EBSU)
Edwin Clark University (EDWIN CLARK)
Elizade University (ELIZADE)
Edo State University (EUI)
Alex Ekwueme Federal University Ndufu Alike Ikwo (FED-NDUFU)
Federal University Oye Ekiti (FED-OYE EKITI)
Fountain University (FOUNTAIN)
Godfrey Okoye University (GOUU)
Gregory University (GREGORY)
Hallmark University (HALLMARK)
Igbinedion University (IGBINEDION)
University of Ilorin (ILORIN)
Imo State University (IMSU)
Joseph Ayo Babalola University (JABU)
Kaduna State University (KASU)
Koladaisi University (KOLADAISI)
Kogi State University (KSU)
Kwararafa University (KWARARAFA)
Kwara State University (KWASU)
University of Lagos (LAGOS)
Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida University (LAPAI)
Lagos State University (LASU)
Legacy University (LEGACY)
McPherson University (MCPHERSON)
University of Mkar (MKAR)
Niger Delta University (NDU)
Nile University of Nigeria (NILE)
Novena University (NOVENA)
Obong University (OBONG)
Oduduwa University (ODUDUWA)
Olabisi Onabanjo University (OOU)
Pan-Atlantic University (PAN-ATLANTIC)
Paul University (PAUL)
Plateau State University (PLASU)
Redeemer’s University (REDEEMERS)
Renaissance University (RENAISSANCE)
Rhema University (RHEMA)
Ritman University (RITMAN)
Rivers State University (RSU)
Samuel Adegboyega University (SAU)
Skyline University Nigeria (SKYLINE)
Southwestern University (SOUTHWESTERN)
Summit University (SUMMIT)
Tansian University (TANSIAN)
Trinity University (TRINITY)
Taraba State University (TSUJ)
University Of Africa, Toru-Orua – UNI-AFRICA
Hezekiah University (UNIHEZ)
Nnamdi Azikiwe University (UNIZIK)
University of Uyo (UYO)
Veritas University (VERITAS)
Wesley University (WESLEYUNI)
Western Delta University – WESTERN-DEL
Westland University (WESTLAND)
Zamfara State University (ZAMFARA)

JAMB Subjects Combination for Mass Communication

This section of the JAMB Brochure for Mass Communication Degree Programmes shows the subjects candidate need to write in their JAMB UTME as related to their course of study.

Note: English Language is a compulsory subject for all candidates in JAMB irrespective of course of study or institution of choice. Therefore, all candidates seeking admission to study Mass Communication degree programme in Nigerian Universities will write the following JAMB subjects; How to Check AMB result

Use of English and any three (3) from Arts or Social Science subjects.

Example 1: Use of English (compulsory), (2) Economics, (3) Government, (4) C.R.K/I.R.K

Example 2: Use of English (compulsory), (2) Economics, (3) Civic Education, (4) C.R.K/I.R.K

Example 3: Use of English (compulsory), (2) Economics, (3) Government, (4) Hausa/Yoruba/Igbo

Example 4: Use of English (compulsory), (2) Economics, (3) Government, (4) Literatur-in-English 

O’Level Requirements for Mass Communication

This section of the JAMB Brochure for Mass Communication Degree Programmes shows the SSCE (WAEC, NECO, GCE, NABTEB) requirements for your course of choice.

These are WAEC subjects for mass communication, NECO subjects, NABTEB subjects needed for final admission into Mass Communication degree programme in your school of choice.

The UTME requirements are; How to Check WAEC Result

Five (5) SSC credit passes in English Language and four (4) other subjects in Arts or Social Sciences.

(i) UNIZIK and BSU require five (5) ‘O’ Level credit passes to include English Language and ‘O’ Level pass in Mathematics. UNIZIK requires ‘O’ Level credit pass in Literature in English.

(ii) KWASU requires five (5) ‘O’ Level credit passes to include English Language, Mathematics, Government and Literature in English.

(iii) OOU, LASU and REDEEMERS require five (5) ‘O’ Level credit passes to include English Language, Mathematics, Literature in English and two (2) additional subjects in Arts and Social Sciences.

(iv) IMSU requires five (5) ‘O’ Level credit passes to include English Language, Literature in English and ‘O’ Level pass in Mathematics

(v)     BELLS requires ‘O’ Level credit passes including Mathematics and Geography.

(vi)   CUAB requires ‘O’ Level credit pass in Literature in English,  History/Government, Economics.

(vii) EBSU requires ‘O’ Level credit passes in Literature in English, English Language and Mathematics and ‘O’ Level pass in a Nigerian Language will be an advantage.

(viii) GOUU, ABUAD and BIU require ‘O’ Level credit pass in Mathematics.

(ix) ILORIN – Candidates must obtain at least credit pass in FIVE (5) subjects at S.S.C.E. O/Level or approved equivalent, including: English Language, Mathematics, Literature in English and any other two (2) subjects; one from Arts and the other from Social Sciences.

(x) ABU requires  Five ‘O’ level credit pass in English Language and Mathematics, Government/History and any two of Arts or Social Science Subjects.

(xi) BOWEN requires five (5) ‘O’ Level credit passes to include English Language, Literature in English, Mathematics and any other subjects in Arts and Social Sciences.

(xii) WESTERN-DEL accepts five (5) ‘O’ Level credit passes including English Language, Literature in English, Government and any other Social Sciences subjects.

Direct Entry Requirements for Mass Communication Degree Programme

This section of the JAMB Brochure for Mass Comm Degree Programmes shows the requirements you need to be admitted into Mass Communication Degree Programme via direct entry.

Two (2) ‘A’ Level passes in Arts or Social Science subjects.

(i) RHEMA and UNIZIK accept good NCE, nd/hnd in relevant programmes/subjects.

(ii) BSU accepts ND distinction or upper credit level in Mass Communication, ‘O’ Level pass in Mathematics plus the UTME requirements.

(iii)    IGBINEDION accepts ND credit in Mass Communication, Theatre Arts or any other related programme.

(iv) CUAB accepts ND in Mass Communication.

(v)    BIU requires in addition to the ‘O’ Level requirements specified, a minimum of two (2) relevant subjects passed at ‘A’ Level or NCE three (3) merits or ND in relevant programme/subject not below credit level.

(vi)   BOWEN accepts two (2) ‘A’ Level passes in any Arts and Social Science subjects.

(vii)    ABU accepts

a. two (2) ‘A’ Level passes in Arts or Social Science subjects one of which must be Government, Sociology, Economics or Commerce.

b. credit/merit in ABU Diploma in Mass Communication or Journalism. Equivalent Diploma in Mass Communication from a recognised University is also acceptable.

(viii)    KASU requires five (5) ‘O’ Level credit passes in English Language and four (4) other subjects in Arts or Social Sciences.

(ix)    KWASU requires ‘A’ Level passes in Literature in English, Government and any other subject or ND at upper credit level or HND lower credit level.

(x)   WESTERN-DEL requires two (2) ‘A’ Level passes in Arts, Social Science subjects. ND lower credit in Mass Communication.

(xi) LASU accepts HND lower credit in Mass Communication, Marketing, Book Publishing, Printing Technology or related programme from a recognised Polytechnic in addition to the UTME requirements.

(xii) AUE accepts

a. five (5) passes at ‘A’ Level together with ‘O’ Level credit passes in not less than three (3) other subjects including English Language, Literature in English and Mathematics or its equivalent.

b. two (2) passes at ‘O’ Level, ‘A’ Level plus credit passes in four (4) other subjects including English Language, Literature in English and Mathematics or its equivalent.

(xiii) DELSU accepts

a) Two A’ Level passes in Arts or Social_Science.

b) At least an upper credit at OND in    Communication Studies and related_fields.

c) At least a Merit in Diploma in Mass Communication from Delta State University.

(xiv) GOUU accepts B.Sc., BA or HND in any programme, ND upper credit in Mass Communication.

(xv) RENAISSANCE accepts NCE, ND/HND or First Degree in relevant subjects plus UTME requirements.

(xvi) CALEB accepts ND at credit level in Mass Communication or Social Sciences related studies plus the UTME subjects at one sitting.

(xvii) CUAB accepts

a. NCE, ND, HND and their approved equivalents with lower credit may be admitted to the appropriate level.

b. IJMB at acceptable grades.

c. In exceptional cases, ND lower credit from recognised institutions into 200 level in relevant degree programmes, alongside the minimum requirements stipulated for entry into 100 level

d. HND lower credit from recognised institutions may be admitted into 200 level in the relevant degree programmes plus the minimum requirements stipulated for entry into 100 level.

(xviii)  LAGOS accepts Very good passes in three JUPEB/A’ Level subjects: Literature-in-English and any two of Economics, Government, History and CRS/IRS.

(xix)  PAN-ATLANTIC accepts

a. two (2) ‘A’ Level passes in Arts or Social Science subjects.

b. ND lower credit in relevant programmes.

c. NCE lower credit in relevant subjects.

d. HND lower credit in relevant programmes.

e. International Baccalaureate Diploma (IB) in relevant subjects.

(xx)  UNILORIN accepts ND upper credit in Journalism, Mass Communication, Public Relations and Advertising.

(xxi)  MOUNTAIN TOP requires accepts TWO JUPEB passes or A Level in relevant subjects, National Diploma in Journalism, Mass Communication or Media Studies (with at least Lower Credit) from recognized universities, and NCE (English Language combination) with Upper Credit”.

(xxii)  PLASU accepts

a. degree in any programme provided the candidate meets UTME requirements

b.  HND minimum of lower credit in relevant field, with ‘O’ Level requirements.

c.  ND minimum of Lower Credit in relevant field, with ‘O’ Level requirements.

d. IJMB minimum of seven (7) points with passes in relevant subjects plus UTME requirements.

e. does not accept university diplomas and other diplomas not accredited by the relevant accrediting bodies.

(xxiii)     EUI accepts

a) two (2) ‘A’ Level passes in English and any other relevant subject.

b) NCE with passes at merit level in relevant subject.

c) ND/HND at credit level in related discipline.

d) Very good passes in JUPEB/IJMB subjects.

(xxiv) RSUST in addition to ‘O’ Level requirements accepts:

(a) HND (Lower Credit) relevant to the programme.

(b)  OND/ND (Upper Credit) relevant to the discipline.

(c) Degree (Third Class) relevant to the programme.

(d) At least two (2) ‘A’ level passes at GCE preferably in the Arts and Social Sciences.

(xxv) FED-OYE EKITI accepts Professional Diploma in Mass communication of any University approved by the Senate of the University with not less than a GPA of 3.0. Candidates with G.C.E ‘A’ Level are not accepted for direct entry in Mass Communication.

(xxvi) AAUA accepts two (2) ‘A’ Level passes or   ND upper credit in Mass Communication from recognised institutions

(xxvii) MOUNTAIN TOP requires candidates to have obtained five ‘O’ Level credit passes at one sitting or six ‘O’ Level credits passes at two sittings. Such credits must include English Language, Literature in English and Mathematics. In addition, candidates must possess: A National Diploma (ND) in Mass Communication from a recognized institution of higher learning with a minimum of Lower Credit OR Two ‘A’ level passes in relevant subjects including English Literature. Or Foundation/JUPEB obtained from Mountain Top University or other recognized Universities.

(xxviii) BAYERO requires  two (2) ‘A’ level passes in Social Science subjects.  National Diploma in Mass Communication is acceptable. GCE ‘A’ Level is not acceptable.

(xxix) BINGHAM accepts ND upper credit in Public Administration and other related programmes.  It also requires two (2) ‘A’ Level passes to include Government or History.

(xxx) KASU accepts  Two ‘A’ Level passes in Literature in English and one other Art or Social Science subjects. HND/ND Lower Credit and NCE Merit in Mass Communication and IJMB with 7 points and above in Social Science subjects.

(xxxi) ILORIN accepts;

a) Ordinary Diploma (at Upper Credit Level) in Journalism, Mass Communication, Public Relations and Advertising, in addition with satisfying the O/Level requirements.

b) JUPEB result or its equivalents with not less than 10 points from a combination of: English Language, English Literature and either of Yoruba, IRK/CRK, Government, Geography or Economics, are acceptable for Direct Entry.

c) Meanwhile, Candidates being admitted with JUPEB or its equivalents must also satisfy the O/Level requirements, especially obtaining at least a credit pass in English Language and Mathematics.

(xxxii) ABU accepts  Two ‘A’ level /IJMB passes which must include Government or History and any one from Economics, Sociology and any Nigerian or International Language. ABU Diploma in Mass Communication with minimum of Merit.

(xxxiii) BENIN accepts:

a) ND Mass Communication upper credit or its equivalent.

b) ‘A’ Level or HSC with passes in Literature in English, History and CRS or any other Arts or Social Science subjects.

c) NCE credit in Theatre Arts or relevant subject.

(xxxiv) PAN-ATLANTIC accepts;

a) Two (2) ‘A’ Level passes in Arts or Social Science subjects.

b) OND/ND with lower credit passes in relevant courses.

c) NCE with lower credit passes in relevant courses.

d) HND with lower credit passes in relevant courses.

e) International Baccalaureate Diploma (IB) in relevant subjects.

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