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BIS 373 - Business Database Management
Business Database Management
Prerequisites: BUS 205 or POI. Suggested Co-requisites: BIS/BUS 361, 362, or 370

Provide students an opportunity to acquire and integrate multiple skills sets and knowledge in 1) creating and managing effective databases for businesses and other organizations and in 2) developing and managing databases that meet the needs of modern businesses and organizations in the Internet-Information Age. This course draws upon their Liberal Arts Core courses, skills and experiences as well as their foundational systems development, management, and technical skills acquired in introductory business information sytems courses and 3) their foundational business skills of understanding organizational dynamics, needs, constraints and processes. They will invoke and expand their independent inquiry and critical thinking skills in addressing the dynamic data and information needs of businesses, nonprofits and greater society.

3.000 Credit hours
3.000 Lecture hours

Levels: Undergraduate
Schedule Types: Lecture

Accounting & Business Info Sys Department


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