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IS 410 Introduction to Database Design Instructor: Jinie Pak Department of Information Systems Fall/ 2011
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Agenda Course Administration Syllabus Introduction
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Introduction Instructor: Jinie Pak E-mail: [email protected] Office Location: ITE Building Room 411 Office Hours : T/Th 01:30-02:30 or by Appointment Lecture: T/Th 11:30-12:45 (Engineering 027)
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IS 410 This course serves as a prerequisite for IS 420 course It is a core part of the IS BS program
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Course Materials Required Textbook J. Hoffer, M. Prescott, F. R. McFadden. Modern Database Management, 9th edition, 2008. ISBN-10: 0-13-600391-5 Supplemental Text lecture slides and tutorials
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Lecture notes All the lecture presentation slides should be available on the course blackboard before the class, under ‘Course Documentation’ section. Please check blackboard/course email account regularly (at least twice a week).
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Course Description The course aims to introduce the fundamentals of modern database concepts, models, and development skills. Emphasis will be placed on relational database systems. It will proceed in four phases. 1) the Context of Database Management 2) Database Analysis 3) Database Design 4) Database Implementation
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Expected Goals Upon successfully completing this course, you will: 1. appreciate the role of database management. 2. be competent in developing (Enhanced) Entity Relationship (EER) diagrams. 3.
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This note was uploaded on 02/28/2012 for the course IS 410 taught by Professor Chen,z during the Fall '08 term at UMBC.

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