BOS 182: Database Software Applications
This course teaches database concepts and applications using Microsoft Access. Skills and concepts include creating databases; creating and customizing tables and forms; creating, formatting, and enhancing reports; querying and maintaining databases; enhancing forms; and filtering data. Applying database concepts, design, and functions used within business environments is emphasized. Students should be familiar with Windows and have keyboarding skills of at least 25 wpm.
Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6
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