Education ArtsBasically students that are enrolled into this course have the intention of teaching various arts subjects in secondary schools across the country, the course exposes undergraduates to different aspects of Arts like literature etc. Students are exposed to different methods and approaches used to teach arts to students, they learn how to structure lesson notes, and other methods/Guidelines that can be employed in the teaching of Arts Subjects. It is a Four year bachelor's degree program and graduates of this course could have career opportunities such as Government Teachers, Literature in English teachers etc.
To be Admitted into this course Aspirants are expected to take English Language and three arts subjects in the annual UTME examination, They are also expected to have a 5 credit pass in WAEC/NECO with subjects including Mathematics, English Language and three relevant subjects. However we recommend that you View Jamb Brochure as Admission Requirements vary in different Universities.
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UniversitiesEducation Arts is available in the Following Nigerian Universities:
|University of Calabar||Niger Delta University|
|University of Nigeria||Ebonyi State University|
|University of Port Harcourt||University of uyo|
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