The Faculty of Sciences is chaired by the Dean who is responsible for all aspects of its management. The Dean may appoint Associate or Assistant Deans to help in specific areas of management, upon consultation with the President of the University.
Faculty Council: The Faculty Council is constituted of the Dean, as Chairman, Assistant and/or Associate Deans (if existing), and Department Chairs. The Council addresses issues brought forward by the Dean, especially those pertaining to academic staff, faculty academic policies and matters related to students and faculty members. The Council helps the Dean in the various aspects of faculty management, especially through the preparation of the annual budget, decisions on committee recommendations, establishment or modification of programs or departments within the faculty. The Council holds regular meetings, called upon by the Dean, and all its meetings are recorded in minutes with copies thereof forwarded to the Office of the President.
Faculty Committees: The Faculty of Sciences has several standing committees to which the Faculty assigns specific tasks. Committees have executive power over procedural matters directly related to their expertise. They are advisory to the Faculty Council in strategic and planning matters and their recommendations are brought to the Council for final decision. Members of committees are normally elected by the academic body (all full-time faculty members) for a period of one year. Student members, wherever existing, are normally elected by the student body of the faculty, also for one year. The Faculty of Sciences has presently six committees:
Committee membership for the academic year 2013-2014 is as follows: