One of the first and largest Lebanese University faculties, the Faculty of Sciences was established in 1959. In the 1970s, it was the core around which Rafik Hariri University Campus, the largest Campus of the Lebanese University, was built in Hadath. It currently has 14,442 students.
The Faculty is divided into five branches in five governorates, in addition to the sections in Akkar, Baalbeck, Bint-Jbeil, Byblos (Jbeil), Dibbiyeh and Tyre (Sour).
It adopts continuously-updated scientific programs to provide the job market with distinguished graduates. It diligently develops knowledge through learning, scientific research laboratories, research teams, and higher education programs.
The Faculty of Sciences grants the Bachelor and Master degrees in the following majors:
Mathematics - Computer Science - Statistics - Physics - Geology - Chemistry - Biochemistry - Life and Earth Sciences - Electronics.