CIS 282: Database Principles and Application
In this course, students are introduced to contemporary database theory and practice. Topics covered include terminology, database structures, SQL (structured query language), and NOSQL concepts and application. This course is intended for anyone possessing a basic knowledge of programming who is interested in database theory and practice. The previous titles of this course are Small Systems Database and Relational Database Concepts and Application.
Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6; CPS 120, CPS 161 or CPS 171, minimum grade "C"
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