The Departments of Chemistry, Mathematics, Molecular Biology and Genetics, and Physics offer both graduate and
undergraduate programs leading to B.S., M.S. and Ph.D. degrees. In addition, the Faculty contributes to
interdisciplinary graduate programs that offer M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in the areas of Materials Science and
Nanotechnology and Neuroscience.
At the undergraduate level, the Faculty admits a small number of highly qualified students to each program. The undergraduate curricula 15are designed to prepare the students for graduate study by providing a strong background in the general area of study with further opportunities of developing a deeper knowledge in various areas of emphasis.
The graduate programs aim to develop students into scientists who can pursue original and creative research. Graduate education in the Faculty is an inseparable part of the research activity which aims to produce significant scientific output at the international level.
The faculty also offers a number of service courses to students from other faculties.