IT&C 350

Database Principles and Applications

Electrical and Computer Engineering Ira A. Fulton College of Engineering

Course Description

Database theory and architecture; data modeling; designing application databases. Query languages, data security, relational and non-relational databases.

When Taught

Winter

Min

3

Fixed

3

Fixed

2

Fixed

3

Title

Concepts and Terminology of Information Management

Learning Outcome

Define and apply the concepts and terminology of Information Management.

Title

Conceptual and Data Modeling

Learning Outcome

Apply conceptual modeling concepts using standard techniques such as Entity Relationship and Schema diagrams and tools.

Title

Compare types of databases

Learning Outcome

Compare and contrast different types of specialized databases and their use cases (e.g., relational, time-series, document, graph).

Title

Security and Administration

Learning Outcome

Install, manage, and secure a database management system and application (e.g., use minimal privileges; protect against injection; secure database connections).

Title

Project Management

Learning Outcome

Apply project management tools and techniques.

Title

Database Systems Integration and Testing

Learning Outcome

Integrate, deploy, and demonstrate operational applications on database system infrastructure. Includes use of DDL, DML, programming interfaces and UI implementation.