CSC* E231 - Database Design I
Prerequisite: The ability to perform basic file management and word processing tasks using Microsoft Windows
A study of the core concepts of relational database design using Structured Query Language (SQL). Topics include the creation, organization, normalization, and maintenance of relational databases and the in-depth use of SQL for querying and manipulating data. The course requires substantial hands-on work with a modern relational database management system, such as MySQL, in a computerized classroom environment.