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MIS 3100 Database Management

Course Description: MIS 3100 Database Management emphasizes database development, usage and control with exposure to a variety of end-user and managerial programs for utilization in a professional environment.

Textbook: Blaha, Michael R., A Manager's Guide to Database Technology: Building and Purchasing Better Applicatioms, Upper Saddle River, Prentice Hall, 2001.

Prerequisites: MIS 2100, MIS 2300, MIS 2500, MIS 2700

Specific Concepts to Address:

  • Purpose of database applications
  • Data modeling and objects
  • Modeling design process documentation
  • First generation databases and relational hierarchy
  • Database servers, types an function

Suggested Emphases:

  • Describe uses of databases in business environment
  • Compare and contrast various database paradigms
  • Describe databases you have designed or used
  • Describe how to choose a database vendor

Helpful Documentation:

  • Relevant job descriptions
  • Performance appraisals relevant to topic
  • Proof of relevant training
  • Original modeling documentation
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