CIT 214 Database Design and Development (3)

Practical and applied approach to database management design and development. Introduction to database planning, design and management, data modeling and representation, and fundamental concepts of database access. Includes study of the relational model and other models, database and Internet interaction, and study of commonly used database systems. Emphasis on applications of database querying, forms and reports, generic SQL (Structured Query Language), and VBA (Visual BASIC Applications). Will include hands-on experiences.

Prerequisite: CIT 157, CIT 158 and (CIT 101D or CIT 154, or CSE 141, or BTE 181). Offered only on regional campuses.

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