im300 | undergraduate
Data Organization Architecture
This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Normalizing the Database
- Describe how real-world database design often requires the reconciliation of conflicting goals.
- Demonstrate normalization through the third normal form.
- Identify the advantages and disadvantages of normalization.
- Explain how Entity Relationship Diagram (ERD) and Unified Modeling Language (UML) components affect database design and implementation.
Integrity and Constraints
- Define referential and entity integrity.
- Perform data manipulation and data definition commands.
- Apply SQL aggregate functions.
Optimizing the Database
- Select indices to improve performance.
- Explain the query execution plan reported by a Database Management System (DBMS) engine.
- Describe query optimizer.
- Describe how data models have evolved.
- Distinguish between object-relational systems and standard-relational systems.
- Distinguish between structured and unstructured data.
- Identify primary and foreign keys.
- Document business rules.
- Describe naming conventions.
- Describe data dictionaries and the system catalog.
- Explain why indexing is important.
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