In 1993, the College of Sciences became an independent college after it was separated from the College of Arts. The move was done to accommodate new curricular offerings and welcome an increasing number of enrollees. This separation facilitated the shifting of the focal point to the various fields of science and its allied courses.
After gaining a separate existence, the College of Sciences took on a new vision that is, to advance the frontiers of knowledge and environmental, computer, mathematical and biological sciences and to be a world-class center of learning, scientific inquiry and research beneficial to the general welfare of the people.
At present, the College continues to flourish by offering six (6) undergraduate degree programs namely BS Biology with majors in Preparatory Medicine and in Marine Biology, BS Environmental Science, BS Computer Science, BS Information Technology, BS Agriculture, BS Fisheries, and BS Forestry.