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BDA3033: Data Modeling and Management
Offered: Fall

Prerequisite: BDA 2003 or permission of the instructor

This course covers how databases are constructed and managed so that business data analysts can store, update, manage, retrieve, and process data. Students will learn to design, implement, and use databases to create information and business intelligence useful for solving problems, making business decisions, and determining business strategy and tactics. The content addresses how to design effective and efficient data models, implement data models in commonly used database management systems, retrieve and process that data, present information to clients and managers, and address the main issues and tradeoffs in database administration.

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This course is currently not offered for this term.