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MIS7501

INTRO TO DATABASE MANAGEMENT

MIS7501

Course Description:

MIS7501: Introduction to Database Management
1.5 elective credit

SQL forms the cornerstone of all relational database operations. The ability to write the SQL language is essential for those who develop database applications. This course provides a solid foundation of the SQL programming language that enables students to build, query and manipulate databases. Working in SQL Server Management, the students will be actively engaged in a hands-on classroom experience. The list of topics include: Understand entity-relationship modeling (ER Model) at the conceptual level; Data design terminology, SQL Basics, Joins and Views, Conditional Logic, Procedures, Functions.

Department:

Operations and Information Management

Course Level:

MSBA Elective (Grad),Graduate Elective (Grad)

Course Credits:

1.5

Course Programs:

Graduate