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4-Year Degree Programme
Candidates must have credit passes in five subjects obtained at SSCE/NECO/NABTEB/GCE O/L which must include English Language, Mathematics and any of the following subjects: Economics, Commerce, Principles of Accounting and Typewriting. The five credits must be obtained in nor more than two sittings.
(b) Direct Entry (DE)
3-Year Degree Programme
Any of the following:
- Two A/L passes plus credit in English Language and Mathematics obtained at SSCE/NECO/NABTEB/GCE O/L.
- A minimum of at least, merit level pass at NCE Business Education plus credits in English Language and Mathematics obtained at SSCE/NECO/NABTEB/GCE O/Level.
- A minimum of lower credit pass at ND Secretarial Studies/Administration from any recognized Polytechnic plus credit passes in English Language and Mathematics obtained at SSCE/NECO/NABTEB/GCE O/Level.
- Full Technical Certificate/National Secretarial Examination Certificate at Advanced Level in Business Studies plus credit passes in English Language, Mathematics and any of the following: Economics, Commerce, Secretarial Duties, Principles of Accounting or Typewriting obtained at SSCE/NABTEB/GCE O/Level.
(c) Candidates with University Diploma at a minimum of merit level in other disciplines listed below, who possess the university minimum entry requirements plus at least credit passes in English Language, Mathematics and Economics of SSCE/GCE O/level/NECO/NABTEB may be considered for direct entry admission but will run a 4 year degree programme.
(i) Diploma in Computer Education
(ii) Diploma in Social Work
(iii) Diploma in Adult Education
(iv) Diploma in UNN Cooperative Studies
(d) Candidates with a pass level at NCE will run a four year degree programme.
Graduates of the programmes in Business Education will obtain employment as teachers in secondary schools and technical colleges. The programmes are geared towards the fulfilment of the need to impart professional skills to their students and thereby contribute to the economic development of Nigeria. The following secondary school subjects will be taught by graduates of the programmes in Business Education: Business Studies in Junior Secondary School, Book-keeping and Accounting, Typewriting/Keyboarding, Commerce and Shorthand in Senior Secondary Schools