Relatedness of Economics and other Courses in Nigerian University, as well as the importance of Economics, will be discussed in this article.
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The definition of the easiest course is any institution does not depend on its technical know-how but on its ability to solve difficult problems and yet present these problems as though it was a mere puzzle.
The circumstance that makes this a reality depends on the basis of knowledge. Knowledge has many branches and economics is an important and useful branch of knowledge.
In recent years, the science of economics is being used for initiating and accelerating growth in the economies of the world and thus for eradicating want, poverty, and unemployment from the human race.
Besides, the nature of so many other problems such as inflation, food, stagnation and recession, population explosive, adverse balance of payments and so on that confront the economy of today cannot be understood and solutions for them cannot be provided without adequate knowledge of the science of Economics.
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Relatedness of Economics and other Courses at Nigerian University
In the field of administration, economics still shares a bond with the administration with the following courses:
- Business economics
- Cooperative economics and management, economics.
In Agriculture, Economics is inter-related with the following courses:
- Agricultural Economics
- Agricultural Economics and Extension
- Agricultural economics and farm management
- Agricultural economics and management studies
In the field of Arts/Humanities, economics is interrelated with the following courses Economics which is treated as an art in the aspect of humanity, and economics and development studies.
In the field of education, economics shares a bond with education as economics is studied as a core discipline in the educational sector and other Economics/Geography Education in various institutions.
Surprisingly, economics has a relationship with courses such as Political Philosophy/Economics, Finances, Management, Economics and Operation Research, Economics, and Statistics.
Economics has a bond with English called economics/English and studied in these Nigerian Universities: Akscoe, Al-Ibadan, Angel, Anise, Asscoed, Atcoi, Azare, Bama, City, Coe-Billiri. Coen, Corner, Delar, Dutsinma, Fc-Abeo, Fc-Obudu, Fc-Zaria, Gashua, Gindiri, Gumel, etc.
Economics also solves problems in geography through economics/geography. It considers five SSCE credit passes in English Language, Mathematics, Economics, Geography, and any other social science subjects.
Economics solves problems in political sciences through economics/political science with the requirement of five SSCE credit passes in English Language, Mathematics, Economics, and any other social science subjects.
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Economics solves problems in history through economics/history with an entry requirement of five SSCE credit passes in English Language, Mathematics, Economics, History, and any other Arts/Social Science subjects.
Economics solves problems in Igbo as a language through Economics/Igbo with the requirement of five SSCE credit passes in English Language, Mathematics, Economics, Igbo, and any other Arts/Social Science subject or Economics, Igbo, and any other Arts/Social Science subject.
Economics can be easier studied even as Economics/French is considered in most institutions such as Akscoe, Asscoed, Coe-Billiri, Corner, etc. with a requirement of five SSCE credit passes in English Language, Mathematics, Economics, French, and any other Arts/Social Science subject.
It can be applied even in Mathematics as economics/mathematics as considered in institutions such as Azare, Bama, Belcoed, Ijbcoe, Ikwo, Calvin, City, Gashua, Oju, etc.
The study of economics is easy as it also considers economics/physics from institutions such as Bama, Corner, Ikwo, And Nocoen with a requirement of five SSCE credit passes in English Language, Mathematics, Economics, Physics, and any other Social Science/Science Subject.
Other related fields include Economics And Fine And Applied Arts, Economics And Statistics, Economics And Development Studies, Economics With Operation Research in the Field Of Engineering, Computer, and Economics, and Economics And Statistics.
In conclusion, the requirement set by various institutions crosses across the sciences, arts, and social sciences mainly it is very easy to enter any institution. Mostly, a minimum of five SSCE credit passes in.
English Language, Mathematics; Economics, Physics, Chemistry, and any other Arts/Social Science subject are required depending on the Nigerian University.