List Of Art Courses You Can Study Without Literature

Are you looking for the full list of art courses you can study without literature in English?

Courses you can study with D7, E8, or F9 in Literature-in-English for Candidates who failed Literature. See courses you can/cannot study.

Someone recently asked: can I study law without Literature in English?

Fortunately, I am going to answer all of the questions above in this article. So, I enjoin you to read this article painstakingly while I take the lead.


If you used to be an art student while in secondary school, you don’t need to be told that literature in English is a very important subject (just like physics/chemistry to science students). However, not having literature in English in your WAEC/NECO/GCE result shouldn’t deny you the opportunity to study at the University. Isn’t it?

List Of Courses You Can Study Without Literature In English

These are the list of art courses you can study without literature

    1. Art
    2. Arabic studies
    3. Arabic Language
    4. Archaeology
    5. Christian Religious Studies
    6. Fine and Applied Arts
    7. Creative and visual arts
    8. Environmental Science
    9. Visual and Applied Arts
    10. History
    11. History
    12. History and strategic studies
    13. History and international studies
    14. History and diplomatic studies
    15. International studies and diplomacy
    16. International Relations and diplomacy
    17. History and diplomacy
    18. History and International Relations
    19. International and Comparative Politics
    20. History and Archaeology
    21. Islamic Studies
    22. Philosophy
    23. Philosophy and Religious studies
    24. Comparative Religious Studies
    25. Yoruba and Communication Art
    26. Fulfulde
    27. Economics
    28. Political Science
    29. Geography
    30. Psychology
    31. Sociology
    32. Sociology and Anthropology

All the courses above can be studied without literature in English. So, go to anyone that you like.

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