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OIM7501

INTRO TO DATABASE MANAGEMENT

OIM7501

Course Description:

OIM7501:Introduction to Database Management
(Previously MIS7501)
1.5 elective credit

**Students who took this as MIS7501 cannot register for this course**

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