This course introduces the student to the fundamentals of database management including planning, design, creation and modification. Once created, students will add, edit and delete records contained in a database. Students will create queries to obtain specific information from a database, design forms for working with database records, and design reports to print out data in various formats.
Condition: A student must have appropriate computer file mgmt skills and general computer knowledge to be successful; it is strongly recommended that the student has taken (or be taking) an introductory computer course (e.g. COMP 1050 or COMP 1105).
Please Note: this credit course may be part of a credential program offered by NSCC. While a course may not have an admission requirement, all NSCC programs have admission requirements. For more information on programs and admissions, please visit Admission Requirements.
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