6. Create a database from a given design using a DBMS and implement specified constraints using appropriate tools and approaches 7. Explain and implement security as it applies in the database environment. 8. Explain the issues and approaches involved in the processing of concurrent database transactions 9. Describe common architectural approaches to database distribution 10. Explain the role of databases in Business Intelligence 11. Describe some non-relational database approaches, and likely future trends in database technologies and applications.
Murdoch University 6 Graduate attributes developed in the unit This unit will contribute to the development of the following Graduate Attributes: (see -attributes/): 1. Communication - Speaking skills, Listening skills, Reading skills, Writing skills, ICT skills 2. Critical and creative thinking - Problem solving, Research skills 3. Independent and lifelong learning - Organisational and time management skills, Independent study 4. Ethics - Professional ethics 5. In-depth knowledge of a field of study What you need to know Generic information which students need to know is available at What you need to know web page (see ) The information includes: links to the Assessment Policy a description of Academic Integrity links to information about: Examinations; Non-discriminatory language; Student appeals; Student complaints; Conscientious objection and assessment policy determination of grades from components/marks information for equity students
Murdoch University 7 Contact details Unit Coordinator’s contact detailsName: Dr Val Hobbs Email: [email protected]Room: Science and Computing 1.009 Phone: +61 8 9360 2817 Tutor/Lecturer contact details You will be notified who your tutor/lecturer will be at the beginning of the teaching period. The tutor/lecturer will provide you with their contact details. Administrative contact details Students can contact the School Office: Room: SC 2.026 (Building 245) Email: [email protected]Phone: +61 8 9360 6603 Technical help For difficulties with online materials, including accessing the Oracle database, contact your Unit Coordinator.
Murdoch University 8 How to study this unit This unit provides foundational knowledge of database design, implementation and management, and is core to most Information Technology majors. The approach to learning in this unit is focused on developing competencies in database design, implementation and management through bringing together theory and practice. The unit has several main learning components, divided into pre-workshop, workshop, and post-workshop sections for each topic.