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ISTM 6202 : Relational Databases
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Thu, 13 Jul 2017 14:03:10 GMT
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Information Systems Technology Management (ISTM)
Information Systems and Technology Management
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BIS-GC: Graduate Certificate in Business Information Systems
ISTM-MBA: Business Administration, Information Systems and Technology Management Concentration
MCDM-MBA: Business Administration, Marketing Communication and Digital Marketing Concentration
MSIST-MS: Information Systems Technology
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In The Catalog Prerequisites:
ISTM 6211 : Data Warehousing and Online Analytical Processing
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Information SystemsTechnology Management (ISTM)
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students in the MS in information systems technology program or with permission of the department
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ISTM 4121 or ISTM 6200
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Introduction to the theory of relational databases and commences an in-depth discussion of Relational database theory and design at the conceptual, logical, and physical levels. Structured query language (SQL) is covered in depth. Completion of an undergraduate database course with a grade of B or above may be accepted for the prerequisite.
Upon completion of this course, the student will demonstrate an understanding of basic database system concepts and principles by mastering the following:
• Describe the theoretical foundations of Relational Database Management Systems (RDBMS).
• Utilize the design of database systems to meet information objectives using the three level (conceptual, logical and physical) model of database design.
• Describe the management approaches that can be implemented in database planning, design, and administration.
• Discuss the emerging trends of database technologies.
• Demonstrate the ability to work with a group to design and implement a complete database application.
• Demonstrate the ability to implement a database with an enterprise database management system.
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