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CIS-311 Database Management

This course provides students with fundamental concepts of databases and database management systems (DBMS). It offers terminology, conceptual approaches, and practical approaches when designing and implementing different database types. Students will learn design considerations and solutions with a DBMS, using various industry standards and models available. Analytical and problem-solving skills will be strengthened. The material also includes common tools and techniques utilized to optimize performance and secure the database and related resources. Other topics covered include: entity relationship diagrams (ERD); Structured Query Language (SQL); information and decision making; and data normalization.

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Credits: 3

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