CIS 105 Database Concepts and Design

Fundamentals of database concepts with an emphasis on the design and implementation of relational databases. Includes data querying, sorting, inserting, deleting, and report design and generation. Entity relationship diagrams, normalizing of database tables, implementing integrity rules, developing data-dictionaries and SQL (structured query language) will be emphasized.

Units: 3.00

CSU, Associate Degree Applicable

Prerequisites: CIS 101 or BUSAD 230

Lecture: Minimum 48 hours per semester