ISYS 464, Managing Enterprise Data, Spring 20, Instructor: David Chao Office: BUS 206D, Phone: 415- 405-2594, email:[email protected] Website: Office Hours: Mon: 11:30-12:30, 5:30-7; Th 9:-9:30, 12:15-1:15 Course Objective: An introduction to the principles and use of database management systems in business with an emphasis on relational model. Topics include database design, implementation, data manipulation and querying using SQL, database security and user management. Other database models such as object-relational and NoSQL document database will also be introduced. Upon successful completion of the course, you will be able to: 1. be familiar with database concepts ; 2. design and implement a database based on business needs; 3. use SQL to manipulate and query database; 4. have working knowledge of various database models; 5. work with popular database management systems. Course Approach: This course consists of lecture, assignments, and projects. The textbook will provide the main source of information. The class lecture will be based on the textbook assignments. Students must implement two database management systems for practice: MySQL 8 and MongoDB. Prerequisite : ISYS 363 and ISYS 350 with grades of C- or better.
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