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3699662437 NET 101 HFALL 2021Course Syllabus -1M/W 11:40 A.M.1:25 P.M.COURSE SYLLABUSNet Tec 101Semester: Fall: 2021Mission Statement:Richard J. Daley College provides high-quality education which leads to academic success, careerdevelopment, and personal enrichment that fulfill diverse community needs.Course Description:In this course, students shall learn the basics of the client-server database commonly used in industry. Topicsinclude basic database terminology and concepts, conceptual modeling and Entity Relationship (ER) diagram,normalization, structure query language (SQL), and procedure language (PL/SQL). Students will be preparedfor the database administration course. Upon completion of this course, students shall be equipped with thebasic skills of the distributive network database. Writing assignments, as appropriate to the discipline, arepart of the course.Course Prerequisites:Grade of C or better in CIS 101 or CIS 116, or consent of Department Chairperson.Course (Discipline):Networking Technologies (165)Number: 101Section:HIAI#:_____Course Title: Client-Server Database ILength of Course (Weeks): 16Credit Hours:3Lab Hours:2Contact Hours:4Meeting Day(s):M / WTimes:11:40 A.M.1:25 P.M.Building:OnlineClassroom #:_____Syllabus can be found on Brightspace website atCourse Website:Instructor’s Name:Dr. R. AdulseraneeE-mail Address:[email protected]Phone #:815-995-7577Office #:____Building:_________Office hours:F 12:001:00 P.M.
3699662437 NET 101 HFALL 2021Course Syllabus -2M/W 11:40 A.M.1:25 P.M.Students Course Is Expected to Serve:This course fulfills 3 credit hours of requirement towards a Basic Certificate, Advanced Certificate, andA.A.S. Degree for students of the Web Development major. This course can be an elective course forstudents of CIS majors and a general elective for students of other majors and students interested inhands-on experience for Client-Server Database.Course Objectives:By the end of this course, students will be able to:Describe fundamental concepts of the client-server relational database system (RDBS).Comprehend basic RDBS terminologies and concepts.Apply conceptual modeling and entity relationship (ER) diagram; database normalization in designRDBS.Usage of Views, Data Manipulation Language (DML), Data Definition Language (DDL), and Data ControlLanguage (DCL) in manipulate RDBS.Apply basic SQL select statement, SQL functions, join table, aggregating data in work with RDBS.Manage user accounts’ rights and privileges.Student Learning Outcomes:Students who complete the course will be able to perform the following functions:Identify difference between desktop and client-server relational database.Interface with RDBMS in creation/retrieving/updating tables and records in client-server relationaldatabase.

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