The College of Science was established in December 2004, originally known as the School of Basic Science. The Mathematics major branched out to form the School of Information Management, along with the Department of Modern Educational Technology (Computer Science major). The Physics (Electronics) and Chemistry departments remained, forming the College of Science. The current structure includes 3 departments: Applied chemistry, Chemical biology and Electronic information Science, as along with a Central Laboratory. There are four faculty party branches and six student party branches. The undergraduate enrollment is 913, with 49 graduate students，including 71 student party members.
The college has consistently integrated party building and ideological and political education with the college development. It has cultivated distinctive educational brands such as the “Young Talent Project”, “The Science and Technology Cultural Festival”, and the “Lecture Hall of Science”. Based on academic interests, the college has established two student societies: chemistry and intellectual innovation societies, which integrated the in-class and after-class activities, providing a platform to stimulate students’ innovation and entrepreneurial vitality.