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.
This course can be applied toward:
CIS 605 (Business Visual Application Development) or CIS 611 (Object-Oriented Systems).
Students may contact email@example.com with questions about enrollment or eligibility to take this course.
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