Intro To Desktop Databases –

it260

(3 credits)

This course will cover the use of desktop database software to create small database applications. Emphasis will be placed on creating databases and forms. Hands-on experience in the installation, design, and debugging of desktop database software will be included in this course.
This undergraduate-level course is 9 weeks. This course is available to take individually or as part of a degree or certificate program. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Advisor.

Database Systems and Architecture

  • Define database systems.
  • Explain database architecture.
  • Define relational database architecture.

Desktop Database Planning

  • Determine appropriate uses of a desktop database.
  • Describe relational database management software.
  • Explain database design.

Database Design

  • Create data tables.
  • Describe table relationships.
  • Define Entity Relationship Diagrams (ERD).
  • Identify application components and features.

Database Construction

  • Explain the function of a database form.
  • Create database forms.
  • Create database menus.

Database Development

  • Develop database applications to specifications.
  • Use queries to filter data.
  • Use queries to filter data.

Database Application Implementation

  • Plan stages of an implementation phase.
  • Demonstrate database application testing.
  • Demonstrate application-debugging techniques.

Database Management

  • Explain the management of databases.
  • Apply Entity Relationship Diagrams (ERDs).
  • Apply database design.

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