There are nine Schools in the Faculty, clustered in four groupings: the Mathematical Sciences, the Physical Sciences, the Earth Sciences and the Biological Sciences.
Studies focus at the level of living things and their interaction with the environment.
Describes the world around us from a chemical, biological and physical point of view.
The application of advanced mathematics & computational techniques to real-world problems.
The School is one of the most productive research units at Wits.
Involves the study of the Earth – principally its solid part (rocks), but also how this interacts with the air, water and life.
The quantitative and logic structure that forms the basis of all analytical science.
Focus areas: Biochemistry and Cell Biology, Genetics and Developmental Biology, and Microbiology and Biotechnology.
The School of Physics is one of the most productive research structures in the country.
Offers a leading-edge curriculum that combines both business and mathematical subjects.