MSI-505 Principles of Database Design
This course covers most of the major advancements in the technology of the design, development, and management of database management systems (DBMS) as well as the theoretical concepts and applications of DBMS. Students will have hands-on experience through case study exercises and the design and implementation of projects.
Note: This course requires that students use Microsoft Access software, which is a Windows-based product and will not run on Macs. Students can run this software and other Windows software on a Mac using Apple's Boot Camp technology or third-party virtualization tools like Parallels or VMWare Fusion. These tools make it possible to run Mac OSX and a Windows operating system side by side. This solution will require a Windows license.
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