This page contains the O’Level and JAMB subject combinations for Construction Technology Education which happen to be under the faculty of Education in most Nigerian Universities.

Apart from the already mentioned, we will also add the list of all the Nigerian Universities where you can study Construction Technology Education. In addition to that, you will also find the special consideration (Waiver), Direct Entry Admission Requirements, places you can work with a degree in Construction Technology Education, and more.

O’Level Subject Combination/Admission Requirements

You are required to possess not less than five (5) SSC credit passes in the required O’Level subjects which have been listed below:

1). Use of English Language.

2). Mathematics.

3). Chemistry.

4). Physics.

5). And another Science subject.

NOTE: The O’Level subjects required for this course apply to both WAEC, NECO, GCE, and their equivalent.

JAMB Subject Combination for Construction Technology Education

There are three (3) compulsory subjects that you will meet in your JAMB UTME examination and they are listed below. You must note that the JAMB cut-off mark for this course is 180 for Universities, though we urge you to aim for 200 and above to stand a better chance of being admitted on merit.

JAMB Subjects for Construction Technology Education

1). Chemistry,

2). Mathematics,

3). Physics.

Direct Entry Admission Requirements for Construction Technology Education

If you don’t intend to apply to study Construction Technology Education in any of the Nigerian Universities listed below via UTME, then you must ensure you meet the Construction Technology Education Direct Entry Admission Requirements below:

(i) ND/HND in Elect Eng. Upper/Lower credit respectively

(ii) A Level passes in Physics and Mathematics.

Universities in Nigeria to Study Construction Technology Education

  • MAUTECH (Modibbo Adama University of Technology)

Place You can Work with a Degree in Construction Technology Education

1). Construction Manager,

2). Cost Estimator,

3). Civil Engineer,

4). Architect,

5). Building Inspector,

6). Construction Worker.

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