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The Faculty of Biological Sciences offers courses in biology and environmental protection in the Institutes of Zoology, Plant Biology, Genetics and Microbiology, Anthropology, Environmental Protection Study and Nature Study. A 200-year-old Botanical Garden and the Museum of Natural History are part of the Faculty. The Faculty employs 131 academics including 37 professors and doctors with habilitation. There are over 1300 students and 69 PhD students.
The Faculty of Biotechnology is organized into 12 departments and provides a comprehensive range of resources, skills and experience designed to develop knowledge and understanding of both the practice and theory of biotechnology and related areas of study. More than 40 Faculty members and 55 PhD students participate in an active research program, which receives funding from national and international sources.
The Faculty of Chemistry provides the framework for chemistry research and teaching and offers a variety of undergraduate and post-graduate programs leading to MSc and PhD degrees. There are over 150 Faculty members and 1300 students and over 90 PhD students.
The Faculty of Earth Science and Environment Management is one of the largest research and teaching centers in Poland dealing with earth science. It is organized into two institutes and offers a wide range of courses and research programs in many fields related to geology and geography. Over 110 young and highly qualified academic staff prepares more than 1,100 students for work in the sectors of natural resources processing, protection and utilization of groundwater, protection of rock environment, and mineral waste management.
The Faculty of History and Pedagogy is organized into seven institutes and offers full-time and part-time courses in areas of study including history, psychology, pedagogy, archaeology, culture, and anthropology. The Faculty has over 250 Faculty members and around 6400 students and over 260 PhD students in the areas of history, psychology and pedagogy.
The Faculty of Law, Administration and Economics is one of the largest in Poland. Its tradition dates back to the Prussian law school established in 1811. Over 12,000 students are taught at this Faculty by 200 scholars and 170 students are enrolled in PhD programs. The Faculty offers international exchange programs and is proud to host international students from Europe, Russia, Kazakhstan, and African countries. Students can become members of clubs and societies and participate in national and international conferences and symposia.
The Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Sciences is organized in two institutes and employs an academic staff of more than 120. There are over 1500 students and 51 PhD students.
The Faculty of Philology actively cooperates with science, education and cultural institutions in Poland, and supports a variety of educational, research and cultural incentives. 7,200 students may choose from a range of areas and graduate as teachers, translators, librarians, editors, reporters, journalists, press spokesmen, media experts, PR specialists and information brokers. There are over 340 Faculty members and over 270 PhD students.
The Faculty of Physics and Astronomy is a dynamic and modern Faculty with many years of tradition. It comprises the Astronomical Institute, the Institute of Experimental Physics, and the Institute of Theoretical Physics. 122 Faculty members conduct a variety of research and teaching programs. It teaches around 700 students on Bachelor, Master programs and 49 on PhD programs. In recognition of the quality of teaching, the Faculty was twice awarded certificates by the University Accreditation Committee (in 2000 and 2005).
The Faculty of Social Sciences is one of the best in Poland, according to the Ministry of Higher Education. It is organized into five departments and runs undergraduate, graduate and doctoral courses which lead to PhD, MA and BA degrees. Around 6,000 students and 200 doctoral students are supervised by over 200 Faculty members.