CS 360 Database Management
F1H 2006 BU
Williams, Charles H.
14 Aug - 8 Oct 06
5:00 - 7:30 PM
Textbook: Hoffer, Prescott, McFadden, Modern Database Management, 7th Edition
Additional Resources: As provided by the Instructor
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Educational Philosophy: The instructor's educational philosophy is one based on lectures, interactive class discussion, assigned exercises, reading of the text, examinations, and a student project.
Learning Outcomes: Core Learning Outcomes
Class Assessment: Examinations, assigned exercises, and an assigned project
Final grades will be determined according to the following weights:
10% - Assigned exercises
30% - Student project
30% - Exam 1
30% - Exam 2
Grades will be assigned according to performance as follows:
A>=90%, B>=80% and <90%, C>=70% and <80%, D>=60% and <70%, F<60%
Late Submission of Course Materials: At the discretion of the instructor, work that is submitted late may not receive full credit.
Classroom Rules of Conduct: The student will be responsible for reading all assigned material according to the syllabus and the instructor's direction. The student is expected to be prepared for and to participate in classroom discussion.
Aug 15 The Database Environent, Chapter 1
Aug 17 Database Development Process, Chapter 2
Aug 22 Modeling Data in the Organization, Chapter 3
Aug 24 The Enhanced E-R Model and Business Rules, Chapter 4
Aug 29 Logical Database Design and the Relational Model, Chapter 5
Aug 31 Physical Database Design and Performance, Chapter 6
Sep 5 Introduction to SQL, Chapter 7
Sep 7 Exam 1
Sep 12 Advanced SQL, Chapter 8
Sep 14 The Client/Server Database Environment, Chapter 9
Sep 19 The Internet Database Environment, Chapter 10
Sep 21 Data Warehousing, Chapter 11
Sep 26 Data and Database Administration, Chapter 12
Sep 28 Distributed Databases, Chapter 13
Oct 3 Object Oriented Data Modeling and Database Development, Chapters 14 and 15
Oct 5 EXAM 2
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Last Updated:7/14/2006 11:27:11 AM