Of course there is no such thing as an easy course in the higher institution. But taking some of them may be a real challenge for you. It is nothing to be afraid of though. It takes only the hardworking and the dedicated to study these courses.
The key thing to carry into any difficult course is a passion for learning and the zeal to see the end of your hard work. Someone who lacks passion is more susceptible to burnout and someone who is not zealous or resilient might just give up halfway to the finish line. There is nothing more painful than unrealized potential both for the person in question and the people around them who love them and want to see them become all that they can be.
All aspiring University students are to take serious note on this courses and be diligent at it, if they find themselves in a any of the department
Below are the list of toughest courses to study in the Nigeria University.
The fact that it involves human life makes it even more challenging; it takes a longer number of years than any other course in Nigeria before they are tagged qualified as it deals with human life, the students are compelled to read heavy-weighted textbooks and they engage in reading almost all the time. Passing MBBS is another ball game and includes courses like Anatomy, Biochemistry, Physiology, this poses a lot of worry to medical students; most of them even go for a Thanksgiving service when they eventually pass. Medicine as a course requires a lot of commitment from the student considering the length of the courses and examinations involved.
As the name implies involves designing. “Engine students” as they are fondly called take wide range of courses in engineering faculty including petroleum engineering, civil engineering, electric and electronic engineering and host of others before they even get to the point of handling courses specified for their department, and of course there are lots of professional exams to go through before one is qualified as a professional engineer to practice in Nigeria.
Pharmacy is the science and technique of preparing and dispensing drugs. It is a health profession that links health sciences with chemical sciences and aims to ensure the safe and effective use of pharmaceutical drugs. It takes typically 4 years to complete and you must very focused and pay attention to tiny details. If you are the type that likes to party wela, this course is not for you o.
Believe me, your life will never remain the same when you read courses like pharmacology and pharmaceutical chemistry. Infact, an average pharmaceutical science student will tell you pharmacy is even tougher than medicine.
No wonder they refer to themselves as “MEN OF HONOUR”
This requires a lot of skills and hard work. Law students read a lot of written materials and must comprehend, and accurately recall legal provisions and use the relevant law in new situations. They must be able to take a logical approach and apply knowledge to factual situations. It also involves the length of time, courses and examinations while in school and after school before one could practice as a professional.
5. Mathematics and Statistics
At first, when applying for this course, you could think it will be easier to deal with but it will interest you to know that abstract maths is not that easy. It is not just about being good at calculations; it involves estimations, calculus, geometrics and host of others. It is important that you know that you may deal with calculations all through your stay in the institution.