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ISTM 4121 : Database Principles and Applications
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Information Systems Technology Management (ISTM)
Information Systems and Technology Management
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APSC-BS: Applied Science and Technology
BA-BBA: Business Administration, Business Analytics
BABA-CONC: Business Administration, Business Analytics Major
IS-BBA: Business Administration, Information Systems
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Information SystemsTechnology Management (ISTM)
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Database Principles and Applications
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Database Principles and Applic
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CS 1111 or ISTM 3119; or permission of the instructor
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Theory, architecture, and implementation of database management systems in corporate and organization information systems; fundamental concepts of database management and processing; hands-on experience with database management packages.
Students will: • Identify data and information needed to solve a business problem • Design and create Entity-Relationship Diagrams • Understand Relational Database Theory • Convert Entity-Relationship Diagrams to a physical representation • Design a system using a relational Database Management System • Enhance their communication skills
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