Databases are used to store, manipulate, and retrieve data in nearly every type of organization including business, healthcare, education, government, and libraries. Database technology is routinely used by people on personal computers, by workgroups accessing databases on network servers, and by all employees using enterprise-wide distributed applications. Managers in all industries seek to use knowledge derived from databases for competitive advantage.
E-commerce is fueling the demand for data-intensive Web sites that merge Web and database technologies. In addition, companies are widely using Intranets to provide managers and employees with a readily accessible interface to internal databases.
|General Education Requirements||12|
|CPT 115||Introduction to Data Processing|
|Additional Required Courses||18|
|CPT 103||Microcomputer Applications||3|
|CPT 106||PC Operating Systems||3|
|CPT 121||Basics of Data Communications||3|
|CPT 201||Introduction to Database Management||3|
|CPM 190||Dynamic Programming Languages||3|
|CPT 240||SQL Basics||3|
|Total Required Hours||30|
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Call 636-922-8334Computer Science – Database Management
Technology Building, Room 105