This course is an introduction to database design, implementation, and management. It covers the basics of database design and manipulation. Topics include relationships, database normalization, constraints, data modeling, multi-user database architectures, web database design concepts, database administration functions, and the exploration of various DBMS software products. Students learn how to design and manipulate the database in order to maintain and present data that is accurate, meaningful, and supportive to a business environment. NOTE: Course title formerly Database Design, Implementation, and Management.
Course is offered On-line