Database Analysis and Design

Database Analysis and Design
Concepts and techniques of database system development. Focal areas include: structures, integrity, retrieval, manipulation, validation, and analysis. SQL used as basis for data interrogation.
 Hours3.0 Credit, 3.0 Lecture, 0.0 Lab
 PrerequisitesAdmission to a Marriott School graduate program.
Course Outcomes

Analyze Data and Propose Structures

Analyze data requirements and propose data structures to meet these requirements.

Evaluate appropriateness of data structures

Learn how to evaluate the appropriateness of various data structures

Model Data Relations

Model data relations required to support an accounting information system

Communicate effectively

Communicate technical requirements effectively.

Solve Business Problems

Use technology effectively in solving business problems.