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Database Management Systems

INT6113

Database Management Systems

College of Business + IT
MGT
This course covers the principles, practices, design, and development of database management systems (DBMS) with an emphasis on the relational database systems. More specifically, it focuses on logical modeling, physical data modeling, normalization, and database query languages. Additionally, this course will explore database implementation, concurrency control, Data models, normal forms, relational systems, object-oriented systems, object-relational systems, transaction processing and even business intelligence and data warehousing. This course emphasizes on hands-on skills. Students are required to use database applications to practice database design and implementation through assignments exercises and conduct a class project involving the data modeling, database development and implementation.