2020 List of Courses Offered in Abia State University & Cut Off Marks

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2020 List of Courses Offered in Abia State University & Cut Off Marks

In this article titled “Courses Offered in ABSU and cut off mark”, we will look into the full list of courses offered in Abia State University (ABSU), the official Jamb cut off mark for all the courses offered by ABSU, ABSU admission requirements, etc. The courses are arranged based on the different faculties in the institution. Without much talk, let’s get to it!

Courses Offered in ABSU

Faculty of Medicine/Pharmacy/Health-Science

  • Medicine and Surgery
  • Nursing Science
  • Optometry

Faculty of Law

  • Civil law

Faculty of Social Sciences

  • Geography
  • Geography and planning
  • Government and Public Administration
  • Political Science
  • Sociology
  • Mass Communication
  • Hospitality and Tourism Management
  • Library and Information Science
  • French
  • Banking and Finance

Faculty Engineering

  • Architecture
  • Banking and Finance
  • Building Technology
  • Building Technology
  • Environmental Resources Management
  • Estate Management
  • Geography and Planning
  • Urban and Regional Planning

Faculty of Education

  • Business Education
  • Education and Accountancy
  • Education and Economics
  • Education and Mathematics
  • Education and Physics
  • Education and Religious Studies
  • Education and Biology
  • Education and Chemistry
  • Education and English Language
  • Education and French
  • Education and Geography
  • Education and Government
  • Education and History
  • Education and Igbo
  • Education and Political Science
  • Education and Social Studies
  • Education Fine Art
  • Agricultural Science and Education
  • Educational Management & Planning
  • Educational Management and Planning
  • Guidance & Counseling
  • Home Economics and Education
  • Library Science

Faculty of Administration

  • Accounting
  • Business Administration
  • Economics
  • Marketing

Faculty of Agriculture

  • Agric- Economics and Extension
  • Animal Science and Fisheries
  • Crop Production and Protection
  • Food Science and Technology
  • Plant Science and Technology

Faculty of Sciences

  • Biochemistry
  • Chemistry and Industrial Chemistry
  • Mathematics
  • Microbiology
  • Pure and Industrial Physics
  • Statistics
  • Zoology

ABSU JAMB Cut Off Mark For All Courses

The official JAMB cut off mark for ABSU is pegged at 180 for lesser competitive courses, 200 and above for competitive courses. Just as we always advise, ensure you strive for a higher mark in order to increase your chances of getting admitted. Below is the cut off mark for various courses offered in ABSU.

Faculty Of Business Administration

  • Accountancy – 200
  • Banking & Finance – 200
  • Economics – 180
  • Management – 200
  • Marketing – 200
  • Public Administration – 200

Faculty Of Agriculture

  • Animal Science & Fisheries – 190
  • Agric. Economics & Extension – 190
  • Crop Production & Protection – 180
  • Soil Science – 180
  • Food Science & Technology – 190

Faculty Of Education

  • Education/Government – 180
  • Education/Accountancy – 180
  • Education/Administration & Planning – 180
  • Education/Agricultural Science – 180
  • Education/Business Studies – 180
  • Education/Chemistry – 180
  • Education/Economics – 180
  • Education/Management & Planning – 180
  • Education/English & Literature – 180
  • Education/Foundations – 180
  • Education/French – 180
  • Education/Guidance & Counselling – 180
  • Education/History & International Relations – 180
  • Education/Igbo – 180
  • Education/Library Science – 180
  • Education/Mathematics – 200
  • Education/Geography – 180
  • Education/Integrated Science – 180
  • Education/Physics – 200
  • Education/Political Science – 180
  • Education/Religion – 180
  • Education/Fine & Applied Arts – 180
  • Education/Social Studies – 180
  • Education/Biology – 200
  • Education/Home Economics – 180

Faculty Of Biological & Physical Sciences

  • Animal & Environmental Biology – 200
  • Industrial Chemistry – 200
  • Biochemistry – 210
  • Industrial Physics – 200
  • Mathematics – 200
  • Microbiology – 200
  • Plant Science & Biotechnology – 220
  • Statistics – 200

Faculty Of Environmental Sciences

  • Architecture – 220
  • Building Technology & Civil Engineering – 190
  • Environmental Resources Management – 200
  • Estate Management – 200
  • Fine & Applied Arts – 200
  • Urban & Regional Planning – 200
  • Geography & Planning – 210

Faculty Of Law

  • Law – 240

Faculty Of Medicine

  • Dentistry – 210
  • Medicine & Surgery – 240
  • Nursing Science – 220
  • Optometry – 200

Faculty Of Humanities & Social Sciences

  • English Language & Literature – 200
  • Foreign Language & Translation Studies – 190
  • Government & Public Administration – 200
  • History & International Relations – 200
  • Igbo – 180
  • Linguistics & Communication studies – 200
  • Library & Information Science – 200
  • Information Science – 200
  • Mass Communication – 200
  • Religious Studies – 190
  • Sociology – 200
  • Political Science – 200
  • French – 160
  • Philosophy – 180

ABSU Admission Requirements

  1. Candidates must meet up with the above stipulated cut off mark.
  2. All candidates must have a minimum of five (5) credit passes their O’level results which must include Mathematics and English language.
  3. Combination of WAEC and NECO is accepted by ABSU, but it is always advised to either use WACE/WAEC or NECO/NECO combination.

ABSU Second Phase Screening for Admitted Students

Once you are successfully admitted into ABSU, you will have to pass through the second phase of screening. This process will determine if you have the necessary credentials for your course of choice. The documents required for this exercise are:

  1. Birth Certificate or Age Declaration
  2. Certificate of Local Government of Origin
  3. Original copies of your credentials (certificates and statements of result)
  4. Letter of good conduct.
  5. O’Level Result Certificate (WAEC/NECO) OR an online version of the result.
  6. State of Origin Certificate
  7. JAMB Admission Letter (Institution Copy – Coloured and photocopy)

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