Computer Science

Talk to the computer in its language so you can make it do what you want it to do

Computer Science graduates will be able to adapt to new technologies and new ideas in computing. Computer Science program spans a wide range, from theoretical and algorithmic foundations to developments in new areas such as Internet-of-Things (IoT), robotics, intelligent systems, cyber-security, and others.

Computer Science graduates analyze, design, and develop all types of computer systems, from systems infrastructure (operating systems, communications networks, etc.) to application technologies (mobile apps, web applications, databases, etc.). The work of computer scientists can be grouped into the following categories:

  • They design and implement software. They take on various programming jobs. They also supervise other programmers, keeping them aware of new approaches.
  • They devise new ways to use computers. Progress in the computer science areas of networking, database, and human-computer-interface enabled the development of the World Wide Web. Researchers are working with scientists from other fields, e.g. to make robots become practical and intelligent aides, to use databases to create new knowledge, and to use computers to help decipher the secrets of DNA.
  • They develop effective ways to solve computing problems. For example, computer scientists develop the best possible ways to store information in databases, send data over networks, and display complex images. Their theoretical background allows them to determine the best performance possible, and their study of algorithms helps them to develop new approaches that provide better performance.
  • Graduates will be highly-sought after by employers and earn good starting salaries. Our graduates can expect to gain employment as information technology engineers, analysts, administrators and programmers.

Competencies to achieve:

  • Algorithms
  • Computer Architecture and Organization
  • Computational Science
  • Discrete Structures
  • HCI – Human-Computer Interaction
  • Information Security
  • Information Management
  • Intelligent Systems
  • Networking and Communications
  • Operating Systems
  • Programming
  • Software Development
  • Software Engineering

Career Pathways:

Potential career pathways for graduates include but is not limited to:

  • Software/Applications Developers
  • Game Developers
  • Computer Systems Analysts
  • Computer Systems Engineers
  • Computer System Administrators
  • Computer Network Engineers
  • Computer Network Administrators
  • Database Administrators
  • Business Intelligence Analysts
  • Web Systems Developers
  • Web Administrators

Vision & Mission


To become a Computer Science study program that is able to operate independently and sustainably, and produce graduates with competitive skills set in the field of computing and strong moral characters, entrepreneurial spirit, and social awareness in building a better future for Indonesia in 2025.


  • Improving the quality of higher education in the field of Computer Science based on research and innovation in order to increase the nation’s competitiveness;
  • Improving the quality of research and innovation as well as conducting publications as an effort to develop Computer Science by prioritizing values, ethics, norms and culture;
  • Improving the quality of community service as an effort to implement and develop computer science based on research and innovation;
  • Improving the quality of governance, professionalism, capability, accountability and independence in the implementation of the Computer Science Study Program.


Graduate Profiles

Competent computer scientists who are thinking logically and critically, able to continue learning the advances of knowledge and technology in computing and informatics, having international awareness, communicating effectively in English, and having the Sampoerna University DNA: leadership, entrepreneurship, social responsibility.

Computer Science

+Bachelor of Computer Science (S1)

Degree Plan

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Curriculum Structure