JAMB Syllabus for History

The JAMB History syllabus is the list of topic you must study to be able to get a full grasp of history, ahead of the UTME examination.

Using the JAMB syllabus to study for your examination is the open secret to getting a high score in JAMB.  The JAMB History syllabus also contains objectives for each topic. These objectives are what you must know for every topic you study.

This article contains the complete list of topics in the JAMB History syllabus. Check it out below:

Africa and The Wider World Since 1800

  • Ethiopia in The 19TH Century
  • The Great Trek
  • The Mfecane
  • The Omani Empire
  • Apartheid in South Africa
  • Patterns of Colonial Rule in Africa
  • Problems of Nation-Building in Africa
  • The New Imperialism and European Occupation of Africa
  • The Politics of Decolonization
  • Egypt Under Mohammed Ali and Khedive Ismail
  • Islamic Reform Movements and State Building in West Africa
  • Sierra Leone, Liberia and Christian Missionary Activities in West Africa
  • The Mahdi and Mahdiyya Movement in The Sudan

Nigeria 1900-1960

  • The Amalgamation of 1914
  • Colonial Administration After the Amalgamation
  • Nationalism, Constitutional Developments and Independence
  • Social Development Under Colonial Rule
  • The Colonial Economy
  • The Establishment of Colonial Rule Up to 1914

Nigeria Since Independence

  • Murtala/Obasanjo Regime
  • Nigeria in International Organizations
  • The Abacha Regime
  • The Babangida Regime
  • The Buhari Regime
  • The Civil War
  • The Gowon Regime
  • The Interim National Government (Ing)
  • The Politics of the First Republic and Military Intervention
  • The Second Republic

The Nigeria Area 1800-1900

  • Benin
  • British Conquest of the Nigeria Area
  • Efik
  • European Penetration and Impact
  • Igbo
  • Kanem-Borno
  • Nupe
  • The Sokoto Caliphate
  • Yorubaland

The Nigeria Area Up to 1800

  • Early Centres of Civilization
  • Economic Activities and Growth of States
  • External Influences
  • Land and Peoples of the Nigeria Area
  • Origin and Formation of States in The Nigeria Area

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