MPTM-643 Database, Design & Management
Fall for 2016-2017
In the Database Analysis, Design, and Management course you will master the fundamentals of databases—from structure to security—in this comprehensive course. You’ll begin with the core principles of database design, analysis, deployment, and use: data models, entity-relationship diagrams, data normalization, data dictionaries, database security and access rules, and common database applications. Move on to advanced topics, including connectivity technologies, scripting languages, API interface designs, warehousing, and data mining methods. You’ll also explore how to implement a relational database management system.
Credits: 3
Prerequisites: None

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Fall '16: Shrestha, Prabhash (file download)
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