Relational Database Design and SQL

CMIT 200
Description: This course is a study of the underlying concepts and functions of relational databases. The course covers key concepts of database design including relational structures, the use of entity relationship diagrams, normalization, and how to translate models to tables and other database objects. Moderate coverage is given to Structured Query Language (SQL) database programming. Projects include case studies and hands-on work with entity relationship diagramming, SQL, and normalization of data in tables.

Prerequisite: CMIT-135
Credits: 3

Currently Offered

Course # Days Time Dates Instructor Seats
Summer
CMIT 200-40 Online Online 05/08/17 - 06/23/17 Adams 10
CMIT 200-45 Online Online 07/03/17 - 08/18/17 Adams 8
CMIT 200-45A Online Online 07/03/17 - 08/18/17 Bucciarelli 8
CMIT 200-40A Online Online 05/08/17 - 06/23/17 Bucciarelli 10
Fall
CMIT 200-40 Online Online 08/28/17 - 10/13/17 Adams -5
CMIT 200-45 Online Online 10/23/17 - 12/15/17 Staff -1
CMIT 200-40A Online Online 08/28/17 - 10/13/17 Staff 20