For many organizations database systems are the most business-critical components of their information technology infrastructure. Databases drive accounting, human resources, inventory, sales and other key operations. Qualified database designers are in great demand to design, maintain and secure these systems for maximum efficiency and competitiveness. Students learn the theoretical and practical aspects of designing, developing, implementing, managing and maintaining major database management systems (DBMS).
Recommended Sequence of Courses
Program Proficiencies and/or Prerequisites
Students must demonstrate proficiency in these areas either by placement exam, scores or specific course work.