Full List Of Science Courses You Can Study As A Science Student

Science Courses You Can Study As A Science Students.

Hello and welcome to Studynaija! If you’re a secondary school science student considering which science courses are best to study at university, or if you’re aiming for admission into a science degree program, you’re in the right place. This article is tailored to provide you with valuable insights. We’ve compiled a comprehensive list of pure science courses available for study at universities in Nigeria, helping you navigate your academic choices effectively.

Science is the study of physical and natural world. It can also be define as the application of knowledge and understanding of the natural and social world following a well ordered approach based on proof .

Why Study Science Courses?

You might be wondering “why do I even want to study science courses in the university”.

Some of the reason why you need to study science courses are listed below:

  • Having a science degree helps in securing a good paying job because science graduates are mostly in high demand.
  • Studying science makes you understand the world and how it functions in a better way.
  • Science graduates that are expert attract the employers.
  • Science is the foundation of development and societal growth.
  • Studying Science enhances your sense of reasoning in both logical and scientific ways.

Science courses can be studied under the following faculties depending on the institutions

  1. Faculty of Engineering
  2. Faculty of Agriculture
  3. Faculty of Science
  4. Faculty of Allied Health Sciences
  5. Faculty of Physical Sciences
  6. Faculty of Medicine
  7. Faculty of Environmental Studies e.t.c

Required Subject To Study Science Courses 

The generally considered important subject to study science courses in the university are listed below:

  1. Mathematics
  2. English Language
  3. Physics
  4. Chemistry
  5. Biology
  6. Agricultural science
  7. Geography

List Of Science Courses You Can Study As A Science Student 

The list below is the compiled list of science courses you can study as a science student in the university:

  1. Animal and Environmental Biology
  2. Animal Biology and Environment
  3. Anthropology
  4. Applied Botany
  5. Applied Biology
  6. Applied Biochemistry
  7. Applied Geology
  8. Applied Geophysics
  9. Applied Mathematics
  10. Applied Microbiology
  11. Applied Microbiology and Brewing
  12. Applied Zoology
  13. Archaeology
  14. Architecture
  15. Agricultural Science
  16. Applied Biology and Biotechnology
  17. Anatomy
  18. Aerospace/Aeronautical Engineering
  19. Bioinformatics
  20. Biological Science
  21. Biochemistry
  22. Biology
  23. Botany
  24. Biotechnology
  25. Building Technology
  26. Biomedical Technology
  27. Botanik and Microbiology
  28. Computer Science and Information Technology
  29. Cell Biology and Genetics
  30. Computer Science and Mathematics
  31. Computer, Information and Communication Science
  32. Computer with Statistics
  33. Chemical Science
  34. Computer with Electronics
  35. Computer Science with Economics
  36. Chemistry
  37. Combinations for Geology
  38. Communication and Wireless Technology
  39. Computer Science
  40. Civil Engineering
  41. Chemical Engineering
  42. Cyber Security Science
  43. Computer Science and Information Science
  44. Computer Science and Informatics
  45. Dentistry and Dental Surgery
  46. Data Management
  47. Electrical/Electronic Engineering
  48. Ecology
  49. Earth Science
  50. Ecology and Environmental Science
  51. Environmental Biology and Fisheries
  52. Environmental Management
  53. Environmental Science
  54. Electronics
  55. Energy Studies
  56. Energy and Petroleum Studies
  57. Electronics and computer Technology
  58. Environmental Science and Toxicology
  59. Engineering Physics
  60. Estate Management
  61. Environmental Science and Technology
  62. Engineering Management
  63. Forensic Science
  64. Fisheries and Aquaculture
  65. Fisheries
  66. Food Science and Technology
  67. Geography
  68. Geography and Geoscience
  69. Geophysics
  70. Geography and Environmental Management
  71. Genetics and Biotechnology
  72. Geography and Planning
  73. Geology and Geophysics
  74. Geography and Regional Planning
  75. Geoscience
  76. Geology and Mineral Science
  77. Geology and Mining
  78. Geology and Petroleum Studies
  79. Health Science
  80. Human Nutrition and Dietetics
  81. Human Anatomy
  82. Industrial Chemistry
  83. Industrial and Environmental Chemistry
  84. Nursing
  85. Nutrition and Dietetics
  86. Information and communication Science
  87. Industrial Mathematics and Applied Statistics
  88. Information Science and Media Studies
  89. Industrial Mathematics
  90. Industrial Physics
  91. Industrial Microbiology
  92. Information and Communication Technology
  93. Industrial Physics and Applied Geophysics
  94. Industrial Physics and Renewable Energy
  95. Industrial Mathematics/Computer
  96. Industrial Physics with Electronic and I.T Application
  97. Laboratory Technology
  98. Library and Information Science
  99. Mathematics
  100. Mathematical Science
  101. Marine Biology
  102. Marine Biology and Fisheries
  103. Management Information System
  104. Mathematics and Economics
  105. Mathematics and Statistics
  106. Marine Science and Technology
  107. Mathematics with Computer Science
  108. Meteorology
  109. Microbiology and Biotechnology
  110. Medicine and Surgery
  111. Microbiology
  112. Medical Laboratory Science
  113. Medical Rehabilitation
  114. Microbiology and Industrial Biotechnology
  115. Mechanical Engineering
  116. Molecular Biology
  117. Natural and Environmental Science
  118. Optometry
  119. Operation Research
  120. Oceanography
  121. Parasitology and Entomology
  122. Physics
  123. Physical Science
  124. Physics/Industrial Physics
  125. Physics and Applied Physics
  126. Petroleum Chemistry
  127. Plant Biology
  128. Physics and Computational Modelling
  129. Physics with Electronics
  130. Physics and Solar Energy
  131. Plant Science
  132. Plant Science and Biotech
  133. Plant Science and Forestry
  134. Plant Science and Microbiology
  135. Pure and Applied Chemistry
  136. Pure and Applied Biology
  137. Pure and Applied Physics
  138. Pure and Applied Mathematics
  139. Pure and Industrial Chemistry
  140. Pure and Industrial Physics
  141. Physics with Mineral Science
  142. Pure Physics
  143. Physics/Astrology
  144. Science Laboratory Technology
  145. Sport Science
  146. Soil Science
  147. Statistics/Computer Science
  148. Statistics
  149. Statistics and Demography
  150. Surveying and Geoinformatics
  151. Telecommunication Science
  152. Telecommunication Management
  153. Telecommunication and Wireless Technology
  154. Textile Science and Technology
  155. Urban and Regional Planning
  156. Zoology
  157. Zoology and Environmental Biology
  158. Zoology and Aquaculture

General Admission Requirements For Science Courses

Below is the general requirements that you must possess before being eligible for admission to study science courses in the university

  • You must possess minimum of five(5) O’level credit at not more than two sittings which Include Mathematics, English Language and other three relevant subject. The combinations depends on the institution and its requirements.
  • UTME subject combination for science courses include use of English, Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics or Biology depending on your choice of course
  • Direct Entry candidates must possess at least an Upper Credit in courses related science . Also, candidates that wants to apply with A’ level result must have minimum of B’s in Physics, Chemistry, Biology, and Mathematics. Three from these subjects are required depending on your choice of course.
  • Candidates must score above the Unified Tertiary and Matriculation Examination cut-off mark and the required institution cut-off mark to stand a chance of being selected.

I hope the information provided here will be helpful in making a proper decision on the science courses you can study as a science student. If there’s other questions regarding the science courses you can study as a science student, feel free to ask in the comments section below as i will appreciate if I could help you more.

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