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Summer 2016
May 27,2018
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CIS 407 - Advanced Database Management Systems
CIS 407 Advanced Database Management Systems (3). This course is designed to cover both the theoretical and practical aspects of database design and implementation. The theory and practice of design approaches and languages for the relational model are stressed. Specific topics will include data modeling: database design using normalization theory and relational query languages; issues of concurrency control, recovery, optimization, database security, privacy and integrity; new database technology, developments, and trends. Students in the course will be expected to design and implement a practical database application using a contemporary database management software package. Prerequisite: A high level programming language and either CIS 307 or ACC 308; or consent of instructor.
0.000 OR 3.000 Credit hours
3.000 Lecture hours

Levels: Undergraduate
Schedule Types: Laboratory, Lecture, Web

Computer Science & Info System Department

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