Relational Database

COMP 2003

Course description

Students are introduced to the process of planning, creating and managing a relational database using Structured Query Language (SQL) statements. Students apply best practices such as the use of entity relationship diagrams (ERD). Normalization and atomicity, consistency, isolation, durability (ACID) are emphasized. Students also develop skills in data manipulation and extraction.



Course Hours


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