An introduction to the theory and practice of designing and implementing database systems. Current software environments are used to explore effective database design and implementation concepts and strategies. Topics include conceptual data modeling, methodologies, logical/physical database design, normalization, relational algebra, schema creation and data manipulation, and transaction design. Database design and implementation projects are required.
3 credit hours
This 7 week course requires students to spend approximately 19 hours a week on course work.
- Prerequisite: ISTE-200 or equivalent course.
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