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DELSU Offers Accounting: Admission Requirements

Does DELSU offer Accounting? If so, what are the requirements to study Accounting in DELSU? If you have asked whether the Delta State University offers Accounting as a course then this post you are currently reading will benefit you. I will be providing an answer to the questions above which many aspirants who wish to study Accounting in DELSU have always asked.

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After answering the question, i will also be providing you the requirements to study Accounting in the Delta State University. The requirement section will contain JAMB subject combination for Accounting as well as other schools you can also study Accounting as a course apart from Delta State University should you wish to explore more. Having said that, let us begin.

Does DELSU Offer Accounting? YES. Delta State University (DELSU) offers Accounting. See other courses offered in DELSU here.

JAMB And WAEC Requirements For Accounting In DELSU

Now that you are aware that DELSU offers Accounting, the next thing you need to know is the requirements to study Accounting in DELSU. For a start, you need to have at least 5 credit passes in your O level result (WAEC and NECO) including English and Mathematics before you can study Accounting. See JAMB and WAEC Subject Combination for Accounting. If the link is not working, select Accounting from the list of JAMB and WAEC Requirements for all courses here.

Delta State University (DELSU) Cut Off Mark For Accounting

Before you will be offered admission to study Accounting in DELSU, you ought to have scored high in JAMB and have also passed the cut off mark necessary for one to gain admission into the course in question. To be on the safer side, you need to target at least a score of 200 and above in your JAMB result for you to have high chances of gaining admission into any of the universities in Nigeria. For more details on the cut off mark, see DELSU Cut Off Mark for Accounting here.

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