Introduction To SQL – it264 (3 credits)
This course provides an introduction to the Structured Query Language (SQL) that provides a unified language that lets you query, manipulate, or control data in a business applications environment.
This undergraduate-level course is 9 weeks. This course is available as part of a degree or certificate program. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
Complex SQL Queries
- Use the LIKE, IN, and BETWEEN operators to restrict the results of a query.
- Use the ORDER BY clause to sort data.
- Use the WHERE clause to restrict the results of the query with a compound condition.
Queries Using Aggregate Functions and Subqueries
- Use aggregate functions to run calculated queries.
- Use the GROUP BY clause to group data on a column.
- Use the HAVING clause to restrict the groups on a column.
Queries Using Multiple Tables
- Create joins to retrieve data from multiple tables.
- Use IN and EXISTS operators to restrict the results of a multiple table query.
Updating Table Data Using SQL
- Create new tables from existing tables.
- Use the ALTER TABLE command to change a table's structure.
- Use the UPDATE command to add rows to a table.
SQL in Review
- Apply SQL to a business application.
- Identify primary keys.
- Explain the function of entities, attributes, and relationships in a relational database.
- Describe functional dependency.
- Explain a normalized database.
- Create tables using SQL.
Inserting Data Into a Table Using SQL
- Use the INSERT command to insert data into a table.
- Describe how to save SQL for later use.
Simple SQL Queries
- Use the SELECT command to retrieve data from a table.
- Use the WHERE clause to restrict the results of the query with a simple condition.
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