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2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog
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MIS 3140 - Business Database Systems

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This course discusses the basic concepts in data management and the techniques used to design, implement and maintain modern database applications. It covers various approaches to data modeling, such as entity-relationship diagramming and object modeling with UML. The course also focuses on designing relational databases from data models, querying designing forms, and generating reports. Students are also exposed to contemporary topics such as data warehousing, data mining, and web databases. Includes projects. (Formerly MIS 314)
Prerequisite(s): (MIS 300 or MIS 3000 ) or (MIS 301 or MIS 3010 ) or (MIS 302 or MIS 3020 ) and (MIS 305 or MIS 3050 ) with a minimum grade of 2.0 in each course (MIS 305 or MIS 3050 ) may be taken concurrently.



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