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CS 3600 - Database Management Systems
Covers the principles and practice of relational database design and analysis, including topics of entity-relationship modeling, functional dependencies, normalization, relational algebra and relational calculus, as well as their SQL correspondents. Other related issues are discussed such as other data base models, object-oriented database scheme, concurrent data access, recovery and security. One or more projects form a significant part of this course. Falls. Prerequisite(s): CS 2370 and (MA 2250, MA 2200, or MA 3200).
*All course information is from the 2016-2017 Catalog.