There are nine Schools in the Faculty, clustered in four groupings: the Mathematical Sciences (Mathematics; Computational and Applied Mathematics; Computer Science; Statistics and Actuarial Sciences), the Physical Sciences (Physics, Chemistry), the Earth Sciences (Geology, Geography, Archaeology and Environmental Sciences; Geosciences), and the Biological Sciences (Animal, Plant & Environmental Sciences; Molecular and Cell Biology).
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School of Animal, Plant & Environmental Sciences
Studies focus at the level of living things and their interaction with the environment.
School of Computer Science and Applied Mathematics
The application of advanced mathematics & computational techniques to real-world problems.
School of Geography, Archaeology & Environmental Studies
The School is one of the most productive research units at Wits.
School of Mathematics
The quantitative and logic structure that forms the basis of all analytical science.