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SCHOOL OF BUSINESS & MANAGEMENT SCIENCES FALL 2002 Introduction to Data Base Management (K212) MW 6:00 – 7:15 p.m. Neff B39 INSTRUCTOR: Jacques Chansavang Office: Neff 361 E-mail: [email protected] OFFICE HOURS : By appointment only. COURSE PREREQUISITE : Computer Literacy for Business (K200), and Spreadsheets in Business (K211) TEXTS : Shelly, Cashman & Pratt, Microsoft Access 2002 for Windows , Boyd & Fraser. Parson & Oja, Computer Concepts , 4th edition, 2002. COURSE OBJECTIVES: 1. To provide business students with an understanding of "relational" data base management software with application to contemporary business situations. 2. To gain a functional literacy of how to communicate with the computer based information system via the Access software package. COURSE TOPICS : This course will cover both database concepts and applications. The applications part of the course will be demonstrated in class and will provide for outside-of-class hands-on experience with the most important application software package for business. GRADING: The components of the final grade include: Lab Assignments In class Practice Lab or/and Quizzes 40 10 Comprehensive Final 50 Total Points 100 A is 90% and above, B is 80% to <90%, C is 70% to <80%, D is 60% to <70% etc. This schedule may be altered at the discretion of the professor.
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TOPICAL OUTLINE : Tentative schedule Week of TOPIC READING Sep. 30th Creating a Database Using Design and Datasheet Intro & Chapter 1 Oct. 7 th Querying a Database Using the Select Query Window Chapter 2 Oct 14 th (quiz ) Oct. 21st (quiz) Maintaining a Database Using the Design and Update Chapter 3 Report, Form, and Combo Boxes Chapter 4 Oct. 28 th Enhancing Forms with OLE Fields, Hyperlinks and Sub forms Chapter 4&5 Oct. 30th, Wednesday Comprehensive Final Exam Bring a new blank diskette. Label it with your name, and Class date and time.
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