Ph.D. in Business Administration, University of Utah
Master in Information Systems Management, Brigham Young University
Bachelor of Science in Management, Brigham Young University
Dr. Oh teaches undergraduate classes in web development and end-user computing. His research interest is in the interplay between characteristics of online communities and economic outcomes such as stock price movements and product sales. Specifically he explore the behavior and interactions among members of stock message boards, online product reviews, stock-microblogging channels with economic outcomes. His research methodologies involve sentiment and textual mining, predictive analytics and econometrics analysis.
IS 215 End-User Computing
IS 247 Introduction to Web Application Development