CIS 3365 Fall 2011 Syllabus

CIS 3365 Fall 2011 Syllabus - DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION AND...

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Fall 2011 1 of 11 CIS 3365, Section 24073 DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION AND LOGISTICS TECHNOLOGY CIS 3365 – Database Management, Section 24073 Fall 2011 Thursdays 7-10 PM 3 credit hours Instructional Assistant Professor Bret J. Detillier, MBA Office Location: Room 383 T2 Office Hours: Tuesdays and Thursdays 4:00 – 6:00 p.m. or by appointment Phone: 713-743-4084 Email: BDetillier@uh.edu PREREQUISITES : To enroll in this course, students should: Be declared CIS major/SCLT, TELS or BTEC major with Systems Management specialization AND at least have junior standing o Grade of at least C (not C-) in CIS 3343 (formerly ITEC 3343: Systems Analysis and Design) and because prerequisites are cumulative: CIS 3347, 2334, 2332, and ITEC 1301 (or equivalent). COURSE DESCRIPTION Applications of hierarchical and relational databases This course builds on your fundamental knowledge of database technologies, client-server technology, applications development, project management, systems design and analysis.
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Fall 2011 2 of 11 CIS 3365, Section 24073 REQUIRED MATERIALS Textbooks to be purchased Database Systems: Design, Implementation, and Management, 9th Edition Carlos Coronel - Middle Tennessee State University Steven Morris - Middle Tennessee State University Peter Rob - Middle Tennessee State University ISBN-10: 0538469684 ISBN-13: 9780538469685 700 Pages CB Student Online Companion : Suggested Optional Additional Text (If available) This is a sample book for SQL Server 2005. Any comparable book regarding SQL for SQL Server 2008 would be acceptable. Learning SQL on SQL Server 2005 By Sikha Saha Bagui , Richard Walsh Earp First Edition April 2006, Pages: 342 Publisher’s Website: O'Reilly's Website (Publisher) Additional books available online (free) through UH Information Technology division (Books 24x7) such as: Landrum & Voyteck, II, Pro SQL Server 2005 Reporting Services. Pro SQL Server 2005 Reporting Services Apress 2006, ISBN: 1590594983
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Fall 2011 3 of 11 CIS 3365, Section 24073 COURSE OUTCOMES AND ASSESSMENTS By the end of the course, students will be able to: Define a system and identify the function, components, and structure of familiar systems. Describe typical types of information systems within an organization. Define database management systems and explain how they relate to other areas of information systems. Explain how systems thinking helps address the complexity of developing an information system. Define the unique role of systems analysts in the development of information systems. Compare the essential phases of systems development methodology with the database development methodology. Explain how business processes relate to database management systems. Demonstrate the use of database application development tools and
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CIS 3365 Fall 2011 Syllabus - DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION AND...

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