Relational Database Developmnt
 Relational Database Development is a lecture/lab class split into two parts: 1) A general overview of database theory, including: relational database management systems (RDBMSs) and normalization. 2) The fundamentals of the structured query language (SQL) data definition language (DDL) and data manipulation language (DML) commands, utilizing client/server based database software. For IT-Web Analyst/Programmer students, 152-163 (Relational Database Design) is a recommended pre req for this course.


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TermCRN CourseCampusSeats AvailableWait ListLevelStatusTypeMeetings (see description below)InstructorFeesBook Info 
Spring 201760456152-147-1C1Central Campus130CRClosed 
01/23/2017-05/17/2017MW01:00 P.M.-02:50 P.M.
Denny Wright$421.11View Book Info
Status: Open = available for registration; Full = space unavailable - request additional section; Closed = class already in session - not available for registration
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