Database Management Systems
Course ID#: MFC 312
Prerequisite: MFC 101, MFC 118, and at least a one-semester course in a Programming language, or permission of instructor
Examines fundamental database concepts and architecture, with an emphasis on commercially available systems. Topics include critical evaluation of important implementation issues, approaches, and alternatives in a relational database environment. Projects will be completed using the university mainframe computers; however, multiple platform experimentation will be assigned to provide background in available software, such as ORACLE. Database languages include SQL, QMF, and subsequent Query languages implemented on specific systems. LEC
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