The JAMB Subject Combination for Environmental Management and its admission requirements will be listed on our page. This page provides UTME and Direct Entry candidates with all the accurate subject combinations and requirements needed to study Environmental Management.

Whether you are searching for the proper JAMB subject for this course or the O’Level (NECO, GCE, WAEC) subjects and requirements, you will find them. We also provided the list of all the Universities in Nigeria offering Environmental Management alongside their special considerations.

It’s important that we inform all candidates that Environmental Management is studied under two (2) different faculties in Nigeria. Below we will be providing you with the names of each of the faculties and the list of Universities offering each.

Environmental Management UTME & Direct Entry Requirements

JAMB Subject Combination and Environmental Management

Admission Requirements For Environmental Management

Without any further delays, below you will see the list of Universities offering Environmental Management (and their faculties), the O’Level and JAMB subjects, Direct Entry requirements that each of the institutions requires, and much more information including places you can work with a degree in Environmental Management.

Universities Offering Environmental Management Under Faculty of Sciences

Below is the list of Universities in Nigeria offering Environmental Management under the faculty of sciences. Below the list of Universities, you will find their requirements (O’Level, JAMB, Direct Entry, etc).

  • CUAB (CRESCENT UNIVERSITY, ABEOKUTA, OGUN STATE).
  • EKSU (EKITI STATE UNIVERSITY, ADO-EKITI, EKITI STATE).
  • IGBINEDION UNIVERSITY, OKADA, BENIN CITY, EDO STATE.

O’Level Subjects and Requirements

The schools listed above requires candidates applying for an admission to study Environmental Management in their institution to meet with the following O’Level requirements. They require UTME candidates to have at least five (5) SSCE credit passes in the following O’Level subjects:

1). English Language.
2). Mathematics.
3). Chemistry.
4). Biology.
5). Physics.

SPECIAL CONSIDERATION OF EACH INSTITUTION
i). CRESCENT requires at least five (5) credit passes in SSCE/GCE/NECO and the subjects should include English Language, Chemistry, Mathematics, Geography with at least a pass in Physics, Agric Science & Biology.

JAMB Subject Combination For Environmental Management

Please note that in UTME, English Language is Compulsory for Environmental Management. The remaining three (3) JAMB subjects required to study Environmental Management under the Faculty of Sciences includes the following:

1). Biology.
2). Chemistry.
3). And either Physics or Mathematics.

SPECIAL CONSIDERATION OF EACH INSTITUTION
i). CRESCENT requires Chemistry, Biology, Mathematics, and Physics/Geography.

Direct Entry Admission Requirements

Below are the Direct Entry admission requirements for Environmental Management required by the institutions listed above. So, if you are not applying for this course through UTME, then ensure you satisfy the following direct entry requirements:

SPECIAL CONSIDERATION OF EACH INSTITUTION
1). IGBINEDION accepts NCE/ND in Biology, Botany or Food Technology.

2). CRESENT requires the same as in Biodiversity Conservation and Utilization Level ND/NCE/IJAMB or approved equivalent in Botany, Zoology, Biology, and Chemistry.

3). CRESCENT accepts the following:
i). IJMB and ‘A’ Level passes in Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics or Geography at acceptable grades.
ii). HND, ND or its equivalent in Agric or Civil Engineering or related courses provided the O’ level requirements have been met may be considered admission into 200 level.
iii). OR its recognized equivalents at not more than two (2) sittings. Note that the subjects should be of the Sciences.

OTHER RELEVANT LINKS YOU NEED TO VISIT
*. Current JAMB Syllabus.
*. Official JAMB Brochure (Free Download).
*. JAMB Cut Off Mark for all Universities and Polytechnics.
*. List of Federal, State, and Private Universities & Their Courses.
*. Direct Entry and UTME JAMB Subject Combination For All Courses.

Universities Offering Environmental Management Under Faculty of Engineering, Environment & Technology

Below is the list of Universities offering Environmental Management under the faculty of Engineering, Environment & Technology. Below the institution, you will find their various requirements.

  • BAYERO UNIVERSITY, KANO, KANO STATE.
  • CUAB (CRESCENT UNIVERSITY, ABEOKUTA, OGUN STATE).
  • KASU (KADUNA STATE UNIVERSITY, KADUNA, KADUNA STATE).
  • NAUB (NIGERIAN ARMY UNIVERSITY, BIU, BORNO STATE).
  • UNIZIK (NNAMDI AZIKIWE UNIVERSITY, AWKA, ANAMBRA STATE).

O’Level Subjects and Requirements

The list of Universities above requires the following O’Level subjects. They require at least five (5) SSC credit passes which must include Geography and any other four (4) relevant subjects in addition to a pass in English Language.

JAMB UTME Subject Combination For Environmental Management

In addition to English Language which is compulsory for Environmental Management, below are the other three (3) JAMB subjects needed to study Environmental Management under the faculty of  Engineering, Environment & Technology:

1). Geography.
2). Mathematics.
3). And any one (1) of Chemistry, Economics, and Physics.

Direct Entry Admission Requirements for Environmental Management

UTME candidates who want to study Environmental Management under the faculty of Engineering, Environment & Technology should ensure that they meet with the Direct Entry requirement below:

  • Two (2) A Level passes in Mathematics or Geography and one of Physics, Chemistry, and Economics.

Places You Can Work With A Degree In Environmental Management

Below are some of the places you can work with a degree in Environmental Management. While most of them are directly concerned with your certificate, the others are related.

  • Amenity horticulturist.
  • Horticultural therapist.
  • Marine biologist.
  • Environmental education officer.
  • Commercial horticulturist.
  • Nature conservation officer.
  • Environmental engineer.
  • Environmental consultant.
  • Environmental manager.
  • Horticultural consultant.
  • Astronomer.
  • Town planner.
  • Estates manager.
  • Recycling officer.
  • Landscape architect.
  • Geotechnical engineer.
  • Water quality scientist.
  • Sustainability consultant.
  • Waste management officer.
  • Environmental health practitioner.

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