Data Modelling
INF 211 (Offering: 2003)


Many organisations today use database technologies, particularly relational databases, to store, maintain, and retrieve data. This course introduces students to some of the concepts, methodologies, tools and techniques to analyse, design, and develop well-structured, relevant data for an organisation. The relational database, Microsoft Access, is covered in this course to provide an appreciation of the transition from the data models produced in the analysis and design of information systems to the development of an operational database management system. Structured Query Language (SQL) is the underlying language to manage relational databases and is, therefore, covered in the course to facilitate the use of Microsoft Access, but also to provide a knowledge of the language that can be used in relational databases other than Access..

Major(s)/Minors(s): Information Systems, Studies in Art and Design (major only)

Usual Semester of offer: Semester 1

Other Information

Area(s) of Study: Information Systems

Number of Units: 12

Prerequisite: COR108  




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