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Department of Information Systems

Email: jperezc at calstatela.edu
Jose Perez-Carballo
professor

Office: ST-608
Email: jperezc at calstatela.edu

office hours winter 2016:

  • TuThu: 11:45-1:15
  • Wed: 4:45-5:55

Important dates (2016-2017)

  • WINTER QUARTER 2016
    • January 4 Winter Quarter; classes begin
    • January 18 Martin Luther King Jr.'s birthday; University closed
    • March 14-19 Final examinations
    • March 20-27 Student recess
  • SPRING QUARTER 2016
    • March 28 Spring Quarter; classes begin
    • March 31 Cesar Chavez Day; University closed
    • May 30 Memorial Day; University closed
    • June 6-11 Final examinations
    • June 10, 11, 12 University Commencements
    • June 13-19 Student recess
  • SUMMER TERM 2016
    • June 20 Summer term begins
    • July 4 Independence Day; University closed
    • July 30 Summer term ends
  • FALL SEMESTER 2016
    • August 22 Fall Semester; classes begin
    • September 5 Labor Day; University closed
    • November 11 Veterans Day
    • November 23 Finals Study Day; no classes
    • November 24-27 Thanksgiving Holiday; University closed
    • December 6-10 Final examinations
    • December 11-January 2 Student recess
  • WINTER INTERSESSION 2017
    • January 3 Winter Intersession begins
    • January 16 Martin Luther King Jr.'s birthday; University closed
    • January 21 Winter Intersession ends
  • SPRING SEMESTER 2017
    • January 23 Spring Semester; classes begin
    • March 27-April 2 Spring Break
    • March 31 Cesar Chavez Day; University closed
    • May 15 Finals Study Day; no classes
    • May 16-20 Final examinations
    • May 22, 23, 24 University Commencements

For all dates consult: academic calendar


Courses - Winter 2016

CIS 283. Introduction to application programming

Description: Introduction to application programming: concepts and techniques of structured and object-oriented programming including data representation, input-output, calculations, control structures, sorting, and classes. The programming language used to illustrate these concepts will be Java.

CIS 406 - System Analysis and Design

Description: Prerequisite: CIS 405. Life cycle and methodologies; requirements determination, logical design, physical design, test and implementation planning, and performance evaluation; communication and interpersonal skills; analysis methods and tools; impact of emerging technologies.


Previous Courses.

  • CIS100 LAB - Business Computer Systems
  • CIS283 Introduction to Application Programming with Java
  • CIS301 Management Information Systems
  • CIS361 Web Design And Development
  • CIS410 Hardware and Software Architecture
  • CIS405B - Analysis and Design (AKA CIS406)
  • CIS405C Advanced Information Systems Development
  • CIS410 Hardware and Software Architecture
  • CIS453 Application Programming in C++ Language
  • CIS457 Advanced Java Programming
  • CIS461 Web Development I
  • CIS487 Decision Support Systems
  • CIS543 Database Systems
  • CIS527 Decision Support Systems
  • CIS561 Design of an e-commerce site

List of publications

(about natural language processing, information retrieval, human vs machine indexing, multiword expressions, etc.)

More info

Email: jperezc at calstatela.edu last modified: January 6, 2016