CIS 655 - Business Database Systems

  • 3 credits
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Organizations cannot survive without access to accurate, timely, and reliable information. This information comes from various systems (e.g., mobile devices, point-of-sale systems, ERP systems, online ordering systems, data warehouses), all of which have databases at their core. The ability to design, implement, manipulate, and manage a database are necessary skills for students in Computer Information Systems, and are highly relevant skills for students in other concentrations and majors.

This course provides a rigorous foundation in relational database management systems and their value to business enterprises. Students receive hands-on experience with: Data analysis, database design, database administration; data modeling and querying; data sublanguages (stored procedures) and encryption; distributed database systems.

Prerequisite

CIS 605 (Business Visual Application Development) or CIS 611 (Object-Oriented Systems).

Important Information

Students may contact cob_cis_advisor@mail.colostate.edu with questions about enrollment or eligibility to take this course.

Textbooks and Materials

Textbook information is available at www.bookstore.colostate.edu.

For questions regarding access to Canvas, contact Tech Support at techsupport@business.colostate.edu.

Instructors

John Hoxmeier

(970) 491-2142 | John.Hoxmeier@colostate.edu

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