INFO-639 Database Design and Development
3:00 pm – 5:50 pm
Manhattan - W14, 606
Database applications serve a vital role in today’s information world, providing structured storage, access, and retrieval of organizational data. This course will explore the principles and practices of database design, implementation, and management. An emphasis will be placed on the social, technological and organizational needs in database design. Course topics include: entity-relationship models, relational database models, normalization, structured query language (SQL), physical database design, and MySQL databases. Students will be given extensive hands-on experiences with current database management technologies.