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ADIT 1360 Database Management (Fall: 4 )


Course Description

If organizations run on knowledge, effective organizations depend on data management and analysis to integrate their systems with their strategies and their operations. This course analyzes the structure of database management systems, guides you through techniques for querying and analyzing an organization's data, and teaches you how to build a well-structured relational database. Database management systems are studied, databases are compared to other technologies for storing and using data, and students develop extensive hands-on skills in exploring and querying databases. Students also analyze a set of information requirements, and then design and build a database. Oracle and the SQL language will be used extensively. By learning database management, the diligent student will make herself or himself more useful at work and more valuable to her or his employer.


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Last Updated: 12-Jan-15