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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: [email protected] 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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