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ISTM 6200 : Python Program Database Applications
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ISTM 6205 : Internet Computing
ISTM 6210 : Integrated Information Systems Capstone
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Python Program Database Applications
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Python Program Database Apps.
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Introduction to Python programming language, Structured Query Language (SQL), relational database design, data wrangling, and rudimentary data analysis.
Upon completing this course, the students will be able to:
1. Write simple Python programs to prototype ideas in Agile development
2. Write simple programs to populate and extract data from anSQLite3 database
3. Write simple programs to manipulated data with or without a database
4. Write simple programs to do data analysis with or without a database
5. Understand the variety of programming languages including imperative, functional, object oriented, and scripting including examples and what they are good for
6. Understand the basic concepts of programming languages and databases
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