CS 338: Computer Applications in Business: Databases
A user-oriented approach to the management of large collections of data. Methods used for the storage, selection and presentation of data. Common database management systems.
The main objective of this course is to introduce students to fundamentals and use of database technology by studying databases from the viewpoint of a database user. It teaches the use of a database management system (DBMS) by treating it as a black box, focusing only on its functionality and its interfaces.
One of CS 230, 234, 241, 330; Not open to Computer Science students.
CS 348, 448, ECE 456
We'll be using a tool named Piazza instead of a newsgroup. Click on Piazza Q&A in the list on the left to access it. All class announcements will be posted there.