The faculty was formed in the early 1970s to satisfy an arisen demand for qualified engineers to conduct necessary scientific studies and construct land reclamation facilities.
Its main research areas: Improving hydromechanization means of production processes in agriculture; price zoning of residential areas; land regulation in farm enterprises; higher efficiency of irrigated land use; integrated watershed management; maintenance monitoring and safety declaration of hydraulic structures; water quality prediction for water storage reservoirs in Bashkortostan; bed and foundation designing for site groundwater constraints; slope stability assessment.
More than 2,500 highly-qualified experts in Land Reclamation, Land Management and Land Regulation. graduated from our faculty.
The faculty consists of the following departments: