OM 571 Database Management Systems, 3 credits

This course studies methodologies for logical and physical database design; entity-relationship diagrams and their mapping to database schemes. This course covers data base concepts, data base architecture, data modeling, data dictionaries, data base administration, data security and SQL (structured query language) normalization, query optimization, as well as form and report design, commercial DBMS products, concurrency, recovery, and security. Using Oracle or MS Access or other DBMS, students are responsible for creating an authentic database.

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