1.To understand the design and development issues regarding databases and enterprise database management. 2.To convert a set of requirements into an effective database structure. 3.To obtain a strong conceptual foundation of the underpinnings of database design and enterprise database management. 4.To implement a database using some commercial database management systems, such as using SQL within Oracle. 5.To communicate effectively through oral presentations and written documents. Course Grade Components: ·Class Participation and Activity Awards: 30 points ·Homework Assignments: 10 points ·Midterm Exam: 35 points ·Final Exam: 25 points Grading Policy:
3·Overall course score >=90: A ·Overall course score >=85: B+ ·Overall course score >=80: B ·Overall course score >=75: C+ ·Overall course score >=70: C ·Overall course score >=60: D ·Overall course score <60: F Our Strict Policy on Collaboration/Cheating: Every assignment/project is to be regarded as an examination. The NJIT Honor Code will be upheld. A description of the NJIT Honor Code is available for your review at . Students found cheating or collaborating or plagiarizing will be immediately referred to the Dean of Students and the NJIT Committee on Professional Conduct and subject to Disciplinary Probation, a permanent negative marking on their record, possible dismissal and a definite grade of 'F' in the course. All submitted assignments are carefully checked for similarities, and plagiarism and guilty students will be identified. This also includes use of instructor materials no matter how they were provided to you.