Introduction to Databases

Summer Session 2019: June 3-July 11

Description

This course provides an introduction to the theory and methodology for database design and implementation. Topics may include a survey/lecture component as well as a project component. The survey component covers entity- relationship modeling, relational algebra and calculus theories, data definition and data manipulation languages such as SQL, file structures, transactions, concurrency control, recovery, tuning and optimization, and object-oriented databases. The project entails requirements definition, design, and implementation of a database application.
Prerequisite: CSCI 211 with a grade of C or higher.

Class Notes

Activity Component: By selecting the Discussion Component, section 701, automatic enrollment in this Activity section will occur.

Class Details

Instructor
Instructor Name (static text): 
Raigoza, Jaime A
Location

Class Registration Information

Class #
1168
Course
CINS 370 -
SECT 702
Units
3
Fees
Amount per Unit
  • $302 / unit
Capacity
19/30
Class Meeting Dates

06/03/2019 - 07/11/2019

Days

MTWR

Times

9:30am10:50am

Registration

This is an auto-enrollment class. You will be added automatically when you enroll in the related class. See the class notes at left for details.

CINS 370 - SECT 702

Introduction to Databases

Class: 1168 Units: 3 Fees: $906.00

M-F 06/03/2019 - 07/11/2019 MTWR 9:30am10:50am

This course provides an introduction to the theory and methodology for database design and implementation. Topics may include a survey/lecture component as well as a project component. The survey component covers entity- relationship modeling, relational algebra and calculus theories, data definition and data manipulation languages such as SQL, file structures, transactions, concurrency control, recovery, tuning and optimization, and object-oriented databases. The project entails requirements definition, design, and implementation of a database application.
Prerequisite: CSCI 211 with a grade of C or higher.

Class Notes

This course provides an introduction to the theory and methodology for database design and implementation. Topics may include a survey/lecture component as well as a project component. The survey component covers entity- relationship modeling, relational algebra and calculus theories, data definition and data manipulation languages such as SQL, file structures, transactions, concurrency control, recovery, tuning and optimization, and object-oriented databases. The project entails requirements definition, design, and implementation of a database application.

Instructor
Instructor Name (static text): 
Raigoza, Jaime A
Location