CIS 103 - Introduction to Database ApplicationsCredits: 1
Design, create, modify, and maintain relational databases. Creating and modifying tables, relationships, queries, and forms. Add and modify data to the tables. Database backup and recovery. Search, sort and query database. Database maintenance.
One hour lecture and two hours unscheduled open lab each week. Course meets in one contiguous block of eight weeks.
Fall, Spring, Summer
Empirical and Quantitative Reasoning
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