Full List of 30 Courses Offered By Tertiary Institutions Which No Longer Require O Level Mathematics

Dr Desire Sibanda, the chairperson of the Higher Education Examination Council (Hexco) has issued a directive to polytechnics notifying them that Ordinary Level Mathematics will no longer be required for 30 courses. This follows Minister of Higher Education Amon Murwira’s decision to cancel Mathematics and English as prerequisites for students to enter tertiary education.

The 30 courses are as follows:

  • Human Resources Management
  • Marketing Management
  • Secretarial Studies
  • Health Information Science
  • Library and Information Science
  • Micro-Enterprise Management
  • Theology and Pastoral Ministry
  • Pension Management
  • Payroll Management
  • Purchasing and Supply Management
  • Health Services Management
  • Applied Art and Design
  • Hairdressing
  • Beauty Therapy
  • Fashion Design
  • Industrial Clothing
  • Design and Construction
  • Leather and Allied Manufacturing Technology
  • Music
  • Professional Cookery
  • Food and Beverage Management
  • Bakery Studies
  • Tourism and Hospitality
  • Fine Arts
  • Design for Multi-Media
  • Dance
  • Office Management
  • Photography

More: Sunday Mail

 

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15 comments on “Full List of 30 Courses Offered By Tertiary Institutions Which No Longer Require O Level Mathematics

  1. How can one do one of those subject without English ? Remove mathematics but English must be a must as all the listed subjects are taught in English.

  2. There are other subject areas where neither Maths nor English should be prerequisites; why this limited list?

  3. This can only come from someone who either failed or had a tough time passing Mathematics and English at O Level. Surely this 100-day ultimatum has just revealed the dumbest in this country, the same people who are credited for being wise. Mati madii.

  4. this is bs how can one manage without math’s kkkk and worse English remember all those subjects are taught in English…and because of this you are only putting a burden to most lecturers because its very difficult to teach someone who doesn’t understand maths and English hahahahahahaa this will create more competition on those courses and the course will then loose some value…..and wat about those who have done those courses before how are they going to feel ..you are simple degrading them…..my advice companies take this into consideration when enrolling workesr for such courses,because no company will want a useless asset….

  5. this is awesome n is such a benefit to those of us who have issues with dealing with numbers

  6. sometimes its not all about having mathematics or english, but also consider someone might have experience n knowledge on a particular task/course.

  7. This verygood I guess cz vamwe maths dziri musoro but kuApplier pabepa its kinda toughso its a good idea. Thank you sir

  8. It is good for those who strugling for mathematic and english because they get something to do after o level

  9. What if someone doesn’t have any of the requirements needed but having natural talent like e.g electrical….single phase and three phase but he need electrical certificate for access to get vacancy overseas what step can he take

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