Undergraduate Programs
 
ProgramDepartmentDescriptionStudy Plans
Bachelor of Biological Sciences Biological Sciences The Department of Biological Sciences offers a program leads to granting a B.Sc. degree in Biological Sciences and covers all area in Biology. Students should successfully complete 132 credits from university, faculty and specialization requirements. Students should pass 27 credits as university requirements, 21 credits as college requirements and 84 as specialization requirements. Each student s...Read More ...Click Here
    
Bachelor of Medical Analysis Biological Sciences Bachelor of Medical Analysis ...Read More ...Click Here
    
Bachelor of ChemistryChemistryThe Department of Chemistry offers a program leads to granting a B.Sc. degree in Chemistry and covers all areas in chemistry (Organic, Inorganic, Analytical, Physical and Industrial Chemistry). Students should successfully complete 132 credits from university, faculty  and specialization requirements. Students should pass 27 credits as university requirements, 21 credits as faculty requireme...Read More ...Click Here
    
Bachelor of GeologyGeologyThe Department of Geology offers a program leads to granting a B.Sc. degree in Geology and covers all area in applied and environmental geology. Students should successfully complete 132 credits from university, faculty and specialization requirements. Students should pass 27 credits as university requirements, 21 credits as college requirements and 84 as specialization requirements. Each student...Read More ...Click Here
    
Bachelor of MathematicsMathematicsStudents should complete 132 credits from university, college and department course requirements. Students should take 27 credits as university requirements, 21 credits as college requirements and 84 major credits. Major courses cover several areas including: Analysis, Algebra, Topology, Applied Mathematics and Statistics. ...Read More ...Click Here
    
Bachelor of PhysicsPhysicsThe Physics Department contains approximately 350 undergraduates and 31 teaching staff and 23 employees. In addition to 8 undergraduate laboratories, where students verify many of the Physics principles they are taught in their courses, the department contains two computational physics laboratories, a Van de Graf accelerator, a mechanical and an electronic workshops. The B.Sc. program consists of...Read More ...Click Here