This course introduces the principles of relational databases and relational database design. Business requirements will be incorporated into a logical data model. The components of a logical data model are defined and represented as an entity relationship diagram and table diagrams. Table construction rules and data normalization rules will be discussed as well as supertypes, subtypes and recursive relationships.
This course is designed for all database professionals and non-technical professionals including:
Students will understand the principles and tasks of relational data modeling and be able to communicate using relational database terminology. Students will also be able to translate business requirements into logical data models.
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