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The official JAMB brochure for the Faculty of Social & Management Sciences shows the list of available courses and course requirement for courses in the Faculty of Social & Management Sciences.

At the end of any course from the Social & Management Sciences faculty, successful graduates will be presented with certificates bearing a title of either; B.Sc. (Hons), depending on the institution.

List of Courses in Faculty of Social & Management Sciences

» Accountancy/Finance/Accounting
» Accounting
» Accounting Management and Finance
» Actuarial Science
» Arabic and Islamic Religious Studies
» Banking and Finance (Mgt)
» Business Administration
» Business Administration/Marketing
» Business And Entrepreneurship Studies
» Business Enterprise Management
» Business Management/Management Science
» Communications
» Conflict And Conflict Studies
» Conflict And Peace Resolution
» Criminology
» Criminology and Penology
» Criminology And Security Studies
» Demography and Social Statistics
» Demography and Statistics
» Economics
» Economics and Development Studies
» Economics and Operative Research
» Economics and Statistics
» Entrepreneurial Studies
» Entrepreneurship
» Environmental Protection And Resources Management
» Film And Video Studies
» Finance
» Gender and Women Studies
» Geography
» Geography And Environmental Management
» Geography And Meteorology
» Geography and Planning Science
» Geography and Regional Planning
» Geography and Resources Management
» Government And Public Administration
» History And International Relations
» Home Economics
» Hospitality And Tourism
» Hotel And Tourism Management
» Human Resources Management
» Industrial And Labour Relations
» Industrial Relations
» Industrial Relations and Personnel Management
» Industrial Studies And Diplomacy
» Information Resources Management
» Insurance
» Insurance and Actuarial Science
» Intelligence and Security Studies
» International And Comparative Politics
» International Business
» International Relations
» International Relations And Human Resource Management
» International Relationship and Diplomacy
» International Relationship and Strategic Studies
» International Studies
» International Studies and Diplomacy
» Islamic Studies with Actuarial Science
» Law/International Law and Diplomacy
» Library and Information Science
» Library Science
» Local Government Studies
» Management And Entrepreneurship
» Marketing
» Marketing And Advertising
» Mass Communication
» Mass Communication And Media Technology
» Media And Communication Studies
» Office And Information Management
» Office System Management
» Peace And Conflict Studies
» Peace and Development Studies
» Peace Studies And Conflict Resolution
» Personnel Management
» Philosophy
» Policy and Administrative Studies
» Policy And Strategic Studies
» Political and Administrative Studies
» Political Philosophy/Economics
» Political Science
» Political Science and Conflict Resolution
» Political Science and Defence Studies
» Political Science and Diplomacy
» Political Science and History
» Political Science and International Relations
» Political Science and International Studies
» Political Science and Public Administration
» Political Science/International Law and Diplomacy
» Population Studies
» Psychology
» Public Administration
» Public Relation and Advertising
» Purchasing/Procurement and Supply
» Pure and Applied Psychology
» Regional Integration and Diplomacy
» Religion
» Religious Studies
» Social Justice
» Social Work and Administration
» Social Work/Community Development
» Social Works
» Sociology
» Sociology and Anthropology
» Sociology and Psychology
» Taxation
» Tourism and Event Management
» Transport Planning and Management

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  • sadeeq musa September 25, 2016 at 8:54 am Reply

    I only have 184points in jamb and I have 9credit in neco and choose the buk as my first choice and applied for social science but now I’m here that is from 200 and above can able to get into the screening so how can I do now please please help me now

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