|The Life Sciences Department is established. All studies are held under the academic auspices of the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.|
|1970||The Faculty of Natural Sciences is established and includes six departments: Mathematics, Computer Science, Physics, Chemistry, Life Sciences, and Earth & Environmental Sciences. Life Sciences studies are still held under the academic auspices of the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.|
|1971||Undergraduate studies for B.Sc. degrees in all Faculty departments (except for Life Sciences) begin. |
|1972||Undergraduate studies for B.Sc in Life Sciences are moved to BGU campus in Beer-Sheba. |
|1974||All Faculty departments were authorized to grant Masters Degrees. |
Before that, Masters degree in Life Sciences was given under the academic auspices of the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. In the other Departments, the studies were under the academic sponsorship of the Weizmann Institute of Science.
All Faculty departments are authorized to grant doctoral degrees.
|2000||The Mathematics and Computer Science Department is split into 2 separate departments - Mathematics and Computer Science.|
|Today||The Faculty employs over 145 academic faculty members, and has approximately 1,900 undergraduate and 500 graduate students. In addition to its core activities, including options for interdepartmental and inter-faculty studies for both Undergraduate and Graduate degrees., the Faculty also provides training in all applied sciences, and offers courses in mathematics and basic sciences for the full-time equivalent of over 2,000 students majoring in engineering, medical and social sciences. |