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Thank for visiting this Website.  This website is set up to support the BUS1 120B, C, D, E, and G students at San Jose State University.  I will update this site from time to time. However, to obtain class specific information, please click the link listed below to access your site for the class you have enrolled in.

Quite a few students have asked what exactly is AIS as a major. I have tried to  answer at the beginning and during every course I have teach at SJSU. However, to facilitate the discussion, I have decided to set up a page to show what exactly is AIS, why it is such a popular field, and what students will get out of the major.

Meanwhile, if you have any question regarding the courses or about this site, please do not hesitate to send me an email:

120 Series Course Links:

Contact Information

  • BUS1 120B Home Page
  • BUS1 120C Home Page
  • BUS1 120D Home Page
  • BUS1 120E Home Page
  • BUS1 120G Home Page
  • CISA Examination Review Page


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Office :  BT 955

Telephone Number: (408)924-3495

My Spring 2010 office hours are as follows:

  • Mondays 5:00 - 6:00 PM
  • Or by Appointment

Course News Pages

You Must Know This:

Please click at the following link to go to the Announcement Page of each of the courses:

Fall schedule is as follows:

  • 120C - Mondays 6 - 8:45PM
  • 120B - Tuesdays 6 - 8:45PM

Hot off the Press:

You need to get your course specific information directly from the Course Website.

  • I have added new "Grades Policies" on each of the courses. Please review.
  • Please be aware of the fact that you must have completed 120A with a C before I will allow you in 120B.
  • Please be aware of the fact that you must have completed 120B with a C before I will allow you in 120C or 120D.
  • Students who have enrolled in 120C can also enroll in 120E. The Department has okayed this practice one time so that your graduation date will not be postponed because of course scheduling.

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