The people responsible for developing and managing databases are called database administrators. Database management is among the fundamental processes in the software field of computing. Students who choose this field of study will learn how to develop logical and comprehensive approaches to defining what the anticipated outcomes/needs are and will plan and design functional and efficient databases.
DPR-871 Introduction to Database Management
This course will cover data management techniques using Microsoft Access. Topics include Fundamentals of database design and programming with emphasis on relational file processing. Meets concurrently with credit course INT-2150. For the online version of this class visit www.pgcconline.com for details. Students must have an Owl Link account and a college e-mail address. Text required. This course prepares your for the Microsoft Office Certification (MOS) Exam in Access 2016. Students must purchase an exam voucher through www.certiport.com to take the exam.
29 sessions, $500* (includes a $200 lab fee)
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