COMP 251: Introduction to Database Systems

This course explores ways in which data collections are organized, stored, analyzed, and manipulated. Topics include relational databases, the SQL query language, and the basics of XML and web interfaces to data sets. Applications from a variety of domains illustrate the course’s key concepts.

Credit Hours

3

Description

This course explores ways in which data collections are organized, stored, analyzed, and manipulated. Topics include relational databases, the SQL query language, and the basics of XML and web interfaces to data sets. Applications from a variety of domains illustrate the course’s key concepts.

Outcome

Students will organize data in ways to emphasize relationships, write simple programs to process, visualize and graphically display data, mine data for patterns, and design web interfaces to data.

Syllabi

Semester/Year Instructor URL
Fall 2013 Guy Bevente https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B5gClDnivRb5THdGSmFzSFgzQzA/edit?usp=sharing