CS 360 Database Management
U1DD 2008 DC
Samples, Verlin F.
BS Business AdministrationMBS Business and Computer ScienceMicrosoft Certified Professional (MCP)
DCSC Columbus, Ohio
Thursday 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
5:00 - 10:45 PM
CS 219. 3:0:3
Hoffer, Jeffrey & McFadden, Fred & Prescott, Mary, (2008) Modern Database Management 9th Edition Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Education, Inc. ISBN:
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Educational Philosophy: Students will be exposed to lectures, readings, discussion threads and assignments that will explore the basic methodology for modern database management.
Learning Outcomes: Core Learning Outcomes
Link to Class RubricClass Assessment:
Students are required to read all assigned material prior to class. Homework will be completed prior to class and will be reviewed during class. Complete a database project to demonstrate knowledge of the concepts covered in class. There will be quizzes, a midterm and final exam. Assign a sufficient amount of homework and lab projects such that all the above objectives are met. Exams will include one or more of: Short answers, multiple choice, True/False, and completion.
Grading weights are as follows:
Homework/quizzes 25% 25
Laboratory/ special projects 15% 15
Mid-Term 25% 25
Final exam 30% 30
Participation 5% 05
Letter grades are assigned (based on your overall score) as follows:
90 - 100 A
80 - 89 B
70 - 79 C
60 - 69 D
and Less than 60 F
Late Submission of Course Materials: Homework must be turned in at the beginning of class on the day it is due. The date due will be annotated at the beginning of each assignment. Late homework will be accepted at the start of the next class meeting but will incur a reduction in score. The instructor will accept late assignments if extenuating circumstances exist. Late homework will not be accepted after a week past the due date and will receive an automatic zero for that assignment.
Classroom Rules of Conduct: Students must read all assigned chapters for that night prior to that scheduled class meeting. Students are expected to be well prepared to discuss examples and assignments provided at the end of each chapter or handed out by the instructor. Students are expected to come to all classes and be on time. Classes missed for legitimate reasons: illnesses, death in the family, work assignments, temporary duty are excusable. The student is responsible for providing the instructor a reason for the excused absence either prior to or immediately after the absence.
The Database Environment
The Database Development Process
p. (30-31) # 1, 3, 7
p. (76-78) # 4,10, 11
Modeling Data in the Organization
The Enhanced E-R Model & Business Rules
p. (136) # 1, 5 , 8
p. (187-188) # 1, 2, 6
Logical DB Design & the Relational Model
Physical Database Design & Performance
p. (242-243) # 1, 5, 6
p. (298) # 1, 15, 18
Introduction to SQL
P .(348-349) # 1, 4, 9
The Client/ServerDB Environment
p. (394) # 1, 2, 6
p. (421) # 1 , 4, 5
The Internet DB Environment
p. (453-454) #1, 2, 3
p. (508-509) # 1, 13,14
Data & DB Administration
Overview: Distributed Databases
p. (607-608) #1, 4, 6
Student presentation from the internet. Use the web site given in the textbook
Object Oriented Data Modeling
Using Relational Databases to Provide Object Persistence
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Plagiarism:Plagiarism involves the use of quotations without quotation marks, the use of quotations without indication of the source, the use of another's idea without acknowledging the source, the submission of a paper, laboratory report, project, or class assignment (any portion of such) prepared by another person, or incorrect paraphrasing. Park University 2007-2008 Undergraduate Catalog Page 85
Attendance Policy:Instructors are required to maintain attendance records and to report absences via the online attendance reporting system.
Park University 2007-2008 Undergraduate Catalog Page 87-88
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Last Updated:5/19/2008 4:00:33 PM