The Faculty of Earth and Environmental Sciences

FNOZ The Faculty of Earth and Environmental Sciences was established as a mining and metallurgical faculty in 1995. The creation of the mining and metallurgical faculty is logical and related to the specifics of the region. Because, the mineral resources and deposits of the Republic of Kazakhstan are significantly concentrated in East Kazakhstan. Accordingly, the largest mining and processing enterprises of the mining and metallurgical complex are concentrated in this region.

The normal functioning of the latter to a certain extent depends on the qualifications of engineering personnel, whose education and training is carried out in this school.

The faculty provides an opportunity to get a profession that is in high demand in this region where mining and metallurgical enterprises are basic.

 


Currently, about 1800 students are studying at this faculty, particularly in 8 educational bachelor programs, 8 master's degrees program and 2 doctoral study program.

In 2015, it was renamed the Faculty of Earth Sciences. Since then, it was renamed as the Faculty of Earth and Environmental Sciences in 2019.