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Database I (COMP 2105)

Credential:
Credit Course
Units:
0.50
Cost:
See the Schedule section below
Delivery Options:
Online (Asynchronous)
Campus:
eCampus
Registration Info

Course Overview

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.

Costs and Fees

A College Services Fee and Student Association Fee will apply for part-time students registered in credit courses. In some instances, offerings of the same course across multiple terms may have a differing cost. For more information, please visit Costs & Fees.

Schedule

eCampus
Class # 1673
Sep 07 - Oct 22, 2021
Cost:
$239
Location:
Online
Delivery:
Online (Asynchronous) This course is 100% online. Complete all coursework on your own time while meeting regular deadlines.
Notes:
Access to a computer with the Microsoft Windows-based Operating System is required
To purchase textbooks, visit the NSCC Bookstore online at https://bookstore.nscc.ca. If you need assistance, contact bookstore@nscc.ca.
Registration for eCampus students begins on July 28, 2021
Open registration for all students begins on August 11, 2021