BCO1102 - Information Systems for Business
BCO1102 only applies to students for BMAISM and BMIISM.
|1.||Describe the benefits and functions of databases and their applications;|
|2.||Design a database using key relational database model concepts;|
|3.||Develop and apply entity relationships (ER) and extended entity relationships (EER) diagrams;|
|4.||Implement a relational database with multiple tables using a relational DBMS;|
|5.||Apply query languages and manage a database using SQL; and|
|6.||Normalise relations in a relational database system.|
|Presentation||Presentation - group of three (3) (15 minutes)||10%|
|Assignment||Assignment - group of three (3)||30%|
|Test||Closed Book concept evaluation (1 hour)||20%|
|Test||Closed book problem solving test (1 hour)||20%|
|Laboratory Work||Practical Lab Test (2 hours)||20%|
Database Systems: Design, Implementation & Management 13th ed.
Coronel, C. & Morris, S. (2019)
Boston, MA: Cengage Learning. ISBN 978-1-337-62790-0
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