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Database Theory and Practice for Creative Enterprises


93-732

Units: 6

Description

Databases provide a powerful tool for any policy analyst and are the information backbones of organizations of all kinds. This course introduces the relational database model entity-relationship diagrams data flow diagrams structured query language query by example forms reports and macros using the Microsoft Access database package. Applications include data import cleaning and aggregation for policy analysis and database systems for delivery and management of services.

Learning Outcomes

Almost all databases used in organizations today are relational databases, the most flexible and easiest to use type of database. This course covers design and implementation of relational databases at the introductory level, including tables, forms, queries, and reports.

Prerequisites Description

No pre-requisites

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