The Faculty of Applied Informatics and Mathematics was established on the basis of the Interdepartmental Study of Computer Science and Econometrics (later name: Interdepartmental Study of Computer Science Applications), which was established by the Senate of the Warsaw University of Life Sciences on January 24, 2001. The aim of the study was to educate students in the field of computer science and econometrics with the use of the didactic base of the Warsaw University of Life Sciences. The classes were conducted mostly by academic staff of the Warsaw University of Life Sciences dealing with mathematical and IT issues, employed in various organizational units of the University.
The Faculty was established on January 1, 2008 by the Resolution of the Senate of the Warsaw University of Life Sciences on November 26, 2007 by merging the following organizational units of the Warsaw University of Life Sciences:
- The Department of Biometry from the Faculty of Agriculture and Biology,
- The Department of Applied Mathematics of the Faculty of Engineering and Environmental Sciences,
- The Departments of Computer Science, the Department of Econometrics and Statistics and the Computer Laboratory of the Faculty of Economics and Agriculture.