ISMG 6080 - Database Management Systems

Summer 2010 Registration ISMG 6080
The success of today's business often hinges on the ability to utilize critical information to make the right decisions quickly and efficiently. Transforming mountains of data into critical information to improve decision making is a skill every business decision maker must posses. This focus course covers the database design topics with a focus on enabling business decision making. Detailed topics include collecting, capturing, querying and manipulating data (using SQL and QBE) for simple to medium complex business applications. Commercial database products (e.g. ORACLE and ACCESS)are utilized to demonstrate the design of database applications in management, marketing, finance, accounting, and other business areas. Students will be able to design and implement simple to medium complex database applications after successful completion of this course.Semester Hours: 3to 3When Offered: FALL
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