Instructor: Harry Goldberg
Office Hours: Virtual office hours are at 12:30-1:30 on Mondays.
Teaching Assistant: Gezim Hakramaj
Email: gezimhakramajta AT gmail DOT com
Office Hours: virtual office hours are Tuesdays, 6-7 PM
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Introduction to database systems. Comparison to file processing systems. Data models. Relational, hierarchical, and network systems. Database design. Normal forms. Study of several real-world database management systems, with an emphasis on microcomputer applications. Database recovery query and transaction processing, concurrency. Distributed and object-oriented databases.
After successful completion of this course, students will have achieved proficiency in data modeling use the Entity-Relationship Model, Relational Database Design Techniques, Basic and Intermediate SQL query creation, and Database access techniques from current programming languages.
Creately, H2, Microsoft SQL, PostgreSQL, and Microsoft Access. Instructions on how to acquire these software products will be provided in class and in the Homework Guidelines document in the Homework Guidelines section on Blackboard.
No textbook purchase is required. This is an OER/ZTC course which means all course materials are freely available to you. All content is either open educational resources (OER), zero textbook cost (ZTC) or library resources. All reference materials for the course can be found on the website you are currently on CISC 3810 Database Systems (https://libguides.brooklyn.cuny.edu/cisc3810)
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