Currently faculty of environment science provides bachelor level education which is included of 4 years of education, 8 semesters with total 162 credits. The 162 credits are including of basics science and core credits courses, field research work, thesis and seminars. Generally, during first and second semesters basic science and fundamental courses are taught. In the third through sixth semesters specialized and core credits courses are taught. Research, dissertation and field work are usually covered in seventh and eight semesters of the bachelor program.
Faculty of environment science is established with three main departments, such as Environmental Protection, Natural Resources and Management, and Natural Disaster Management. General Science; English and IT are non-graduate departments. Almost basic science and fundamental courses are same in all the three departments. Main departments are in charge of specialized and professional courses and non-degree departments are in charge of pre-requisite courses.
Courses are taught using the state-of-art technology of learning. Lectures are delivered using PowerPoint presentation via projector, video, field work, group and project works. Each semester has its own homework, project, field report and it has 20% test and final examination. The final exam has standard form of 40 questions including multiple choice, true and false, filling blanks, and descriptive questions.
The faculty needs nine laboratories: two are required for basic science, one for computer information technology and the main laboratories needs two laboratories.
Administrative structure of the faculty is consisted of Dean of faculty, deputy dean, administrative manager with five managerial staff, 9 technicians and 12 services staff. The following chart shows the administrative structure of the faculty.