Faculty of Computing

Computer Science is the theoritical study and practical application of computation, including topics such as: design and maintenance of software systems, distributed systems, human-computer interaction, computational modeling, artificial intelligence, mobile computing, programming languages, image processing, and computer graphics. With the rapidly growing technology industry, the use of information technology in almost every corner of human activity continue to create opportunities for our graduates.

Computing (Computer Science Faculty in President University) consists of 3 majors: Information Technology, Information System, and Visual Communication Design. These three faculties hold activities and events with the help of the student organization called PUMA (President University Major Association), which represents each major or faculty.


About PUMA Computing

PUMA Computing is a student organization under the Faculty of Computing. Its main responsibility is to hold activities and events that have an impact to students in both academic and non-academic fields. PUMA Computing holds annual events such as CSGO, Computing Social Project, Compsphere, etc.

From 2018 to 2019, PUMA Computing has a cabinet called Unity. This cabinet is lead by Fauzia Hanifah as the Chairperson and Sean Jeremy Partogi as the Vice Chairperson. The cabinet is divided into 4 divisions—Board of Director, Student Development, Student Activity, and Communication. There are 38 persons in the Unity Cabinet.