ISYS 3257 Database Systems and Applications (Fall/Spring: 3 )
This course provides in-depth coverage of database systems and their uses. Topics include database architecture, design strategies, SQL queries, security, performance, and using database tools and scripting languages to create sophisticated forms and applications, including web applications. The goal of the course is to give students the knowledge and skills to use databases effectively in any business situation.
Instructor(s): John Spang
Prerequisites: ISYS2157/CSCI1157 or CSCI1101
Cross listed with:
Comments: This course is required for Information Systems concentrators.
Last Updated: 27-Mar-14