SQL – Beginner

Prerequisite : Knowledge of computers and databases
***Required Material: Computer with Windows 10 or MacOS X or higher, microphone & headset, high-speed internet connection.

*** (If the course is online)
This course provides an introduction to Structured Query Language (SQL) and explores the concepts of designing and working with a relational database management system. We will cover the topics of designing a database, creating tables, setting primary and foreign keys as well as normalizing the database tables to 3rd normal form.

Topics Covered in this Course:

  • Overview of the relational database management systems (RDBMS)
  • Introduction to SQL Language and Sublanguages (DDL, DML and DCL)
  • Steps for Database design
  • Primary Key
  • Foreign Key
  • Entity Relationship Diagram
  • Normalization of Database Tables

Fall 2024

Evening Sessions

Oct 10 - Dec 05Thu

Thursday, Oct 10 - Thursday, Dec 05

DayTimeRoom Number
Thursday18:00 - 21:002F.20

Additional Information

Delivery Method: On Campus
Price: $490.00 plus tax
Total Hours: 27
Course Number: 132074
Registration Start Date: Tuesday, Jul 02, 2024
Registration End Date: Tuesday, Oct 08, 2024
Maximum Class Size: 3
Teacher: Jonathan Perlman
Status: Registration for this section starts on Tuesday, Jul 02, 2024

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Last Modified: June 12, 2024