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ICT 4405 - Database Design & Programming

This course concentrates on the relational database model and the conceptual, logical, and physical phases of database design and development. Entity-relationship modeling, data normalization, and Structured Query Language programming are core components of the class. The role and responsibilities of a database administrator are explored; and the concepts of database integrity and transaction management, concurrency protocols, and security schemes are examined. In addition, emerging data warehouse technologies are introduced. The course culminates in a project that allows students to demonstrate an understanding of all phases of the database life cycle (DBLC). Prerequisites: ICT 4300, ICT 4400.


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Winter 2018 - Online/Distance (CRN - 4962)

Schedule Information

  • CRN: 4962
  • Instructor: Wilson, Catherine
  • Credits: 4
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  • Delivery: Online/Distance
  • Location: ONLINE

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