IS 5350 - Database Management Systems
This course examines the use and impact of database technologies and database design principles. Practical skills attained during this course of study include effective use of: Database concepts, Structured Query Language, the relational model and normalization, Database design, database redesign, managing databases and database processing. Finally consideration is given to no-sql database concepts.
Prerequisite(s): IS 6050 , IS 6300 for MSIS, IS 3000 or COMP 3010 for dual degree students
Credit Hours: 3
Term Offered: Fall, Summer
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