MSI 520: Database Design and Application Development
Fall 2001 Syllabus
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Class InformationTime (4754): MW 10:10-11:05pm
Time (4753): MW 11:15-12:10pm
Location: BA 227/CETL Digital Workshop 2
Dates: September 10 - December 12
Available Lab(s): MIS Lab, LC4
This is an introductory course in databases which teaches the basic principles of relational database theory and use of query languages. The students learn to write queries in SQL and design a simple database from scratch using Microsoft Access. The course discuses the basic database design principles as well as the rationale for using different forms of normalization.
Text & Reference BooksText: Philip J. Pratt, Joseph J. Adamski, Concepts of Database Management, 3rd Edition.
Text: Adamski, Hommel & Finnigan, Introductory Microsoft Access 2000, (New Perspective Series)
Reference: Steven Roman, Access Database: Design & Programming, 2nd Edition
Class Participation: 10%
Project: 30%Final Exam: 30%
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