Course Title: CHRISTIAN RELIGIOUS STUDIES

Course Description

It equips them and helps them in ensuring high level of morality in the society. This subject provides them with more opportunities to learn more about God and therebydevelop their faith in God. ... Christian religious studies are viewed as one of the means to restore moral and social order in the society.
Directors of religious education perform administrative tasks by evaluating lesson plans and suggesting improvements, coordinating student registration and managing library systems. They might need to attend educational workshops, conferences or training functions in order to stay updated on the latest class topics, technology and other resources. They also offer support to teachers by scheduling classes and training instructors. In addition, they could work with congregational families, religious organizations and the community to promote classes and involvement.

As a director of religious education, professionals in this field need to be able to manage and recruit teachers and volunteers who provide instruction, daycare or other types of administrative support. The director usually meets with other church or school staff to coordinate activities, services or classes. Directors might need to also manage the educational budget for the organization or church.

A director of religious education is someone who leads and organizes students, faculty and curriculum to function cohesively in an educational setting. However, unlike a secular director of education, a director of religious education must also implement and create these plans in conjunction with their religious denomination, adding an extra layer of complexity to their job. Directors of religious education usually hold bachelor's degrees in religious education, religious studies, or a related field.

Subject Combination for JAMB

Here are the courses to combine when filling this course for JAMB UTME

Two Arts subjects including Christian Religious Knowledge and any other subject.

Course Cut-of-Point

The required cut-of-points for this course (CHRISTIAN RELIGIOUS STUDIES) depends on the school you are applying for, basically every school has a minimum cut of marks for accepting students in this area. Also, it is important to note that your O'level subject is a primary criteria for screening, continue reading to know the required subjects you must have on your O'Level result

CHRISTIAN RELIGIOUS STUDIES Requirement UTME

CHRISTIAN RELIGIOUS STUDIES Requirements Direct Entry

CRS Special Consideration

DIRECT ENTRY:
(i) AJAYI and IBADAN accept NCE (merit) in Religious
Studies
(iii) LASU and OOU also require fulfillment of UTME
requirements.
(v) LASU accepts:
(a) two Advanced Level Passes, including Bible/Christian
Religious Knowledge or Religious Studies at not more
than two sittings, plus five 'O' Level credit passes at
GCE Ordinary Level or its equivalent, which must
include English Language at not more than two
sittings.
(b) NCE with at least Merit Passes in CRS and five (5)
credit passes in other relevant subject including
English Language.
(vi) NASARAWA accepts NCE CRS not below Merit.
(vii) KWASU accepts IJMB, Cambridge and NCE.
(viii) ABUJA accepts a minimum of 10 points in NCE or
Upper credit in National Diploma in addition to ‘O’
Level requirements.
(ix) ILORIN accepts Diploma in Religious Studies or
Theology of London or an accredited Nigerian
University or Affiliated institutions.
UTME.
(i) LASU requires Five ‘O’ Level credit passes
including English Language.
(ii) IBADAN requires 5 or 6 'O' level credit passes at
one/two sittings to include English Language, CRK
and any other subject in Arts or Social Science.
(iii) KASU accepts only subjects from Arts or Social
Science.
(v) EKSU requires only Arts subjects.
(vi) TSUJ accepts a pass in Mathematics.

Schools offering CHRISTIAN RELIGIOUS STUDIES

School Cut-of-points
University of Calabar (UNICAL).

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