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Database Management

Microsoft Oracle

Overview

Today, organizations in every industry (i.e. healthcare, finance, retail, telecommunications & others) are being showered with imposing quantities of new information. Along with traditional sources, many more data channels encompassing un-structured data now exist. This proliferation of data from both structured and un-structured sources is giving rise to a phenomenon called "Big Data." Therefore, it is becoming increasingly important to utilize the right tools and techniques to capture and organize a wide variety of data types from different sources (both structured and un-structured), and to be able to easily analyze it within the context of all your enterprise data.

Who Should Enroll

This program is of interest to anyone who wants to use the powerful capabilities of relational databases in conjunction with the new "Big Data" management frameworks for data storage and retrieval, and for data analysis in support of management decision-making. Data architects, data analysts, database administrators and information technology staff members can all benefit from this program.

Career Insight

Occupational summary for Database Administrators in the U.S. Source: Lightcast™ 2022

89,665
Annual Job Openings
(2021)
9.6%
Projected Growth
(2021-2031)
$152k
Salary for Highly Experienced Professionals
(Median Salary $97k)

Program Benefits

This program is designed to provide students with the expertise needed to effectively manage and analyze both structured and un-structured data. This flexible program allows students to obtain general data analysis and management skills or apply both Oracle and Microsoft SQL Server database management systems. This program also touches on the new emerging frameworks and methods for managing, processing and analyzing "Big Data".

Course Schedule

Database Management Courses

TitleWinterSpringSummerFall
Data Management
I&C SCI X426.81
Designing Relational Databases (3.00 Units)
I&C SCI X426.81
       
I&C SCI X425.32
Data Integration, Modeling, and ETL (2.50 Units)
I&C SCI X425.32
Online   to be scheduled  
I&C SCI X425.35
Data Management (2.50 Units)
I&C SCI X425.35
       
I&C SCI X460.37
Data Structures and Algorithms (2.50 Units)
I&C SCI X460.37
  to be scheduled    
Data Analysis
I&C SCI X427.01
Business Intelligence & The Data Warehouse Development Process (2.50 Units)
I&C SCI X427.01
  Online   to be scheduled
I&C SCI X427.07
Big Data Analysis (2.50 Units)
I&C SCI X427.07
  Online   to be scheduled
I&C SCI X427.06
Data Engineering (2.50 Units)
I&C SCI X427.06
Online   to be scheduled  
Microsoft SQL Server Database
I&C SCI X450.72
Introduction to SQL Programming (2.50 Units)
I&C SCI X450.72
Online Online    
I&C SCI X450.79
Intermediate SQL Programming (2.50 Units)
I&C SCI X450.79
    to be scheduled to be scheduled
I&C SCI X450.77
Implementing and Maintaining SQL Server Reporting Services (2.50 Units)
I&C SCI X450.77
       
Cloud DB Courses
I&C SCI X460.70
AWS Cloud Foundations (2.50 Units)
I&C SCI X460.70
       
I&C SCI X460.73
AWS Cloud Architecting - Part1 (2.50 Units)
I&C SCI X460.73
       

Course schedules are subject to change. Individual courses may be taken without enrolling in the full program.

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Academic Calendar

Event Winter 2023 Spring 2023 Summer 2023 Fall 2023
Registration Begins (after 2pm PT) Oct 20 Jan 19 Apr 20 Jul 13
Courses Begin* (week of) Jan 3 Mar 27 Jun 20 Sep 25
Courses End* (week of) Mar 13 Jun 5 Sep 5 Dec 11
Administrative Holidays Dec 22-31, Jan 1-3, Jan 16, Feb 20 Mar 31, May 29 Jun 19, Jul 4, Sep 4 Nov 10, Nov 23-24, Dec 25-26, Jan 1-2

*Actual dates may vary by program.

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Earn an Alternative Digital Credential

Successful completion of a qualifying assignment within select Database Management course(s) offers you the opportunity to earn an Alternative Digital Credential (ADC). Also referred to as a digital badge, an ADC is a virtual record of specific skills and competencies you have acquired and provides a verifiable way for you to share your educational achievements with employers, colleagues and others via social platforms like LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter.

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Learn more about Alternative Digital Credentials and how they can help you demonstrate your commitment to professional development and distinguish yourself in a competitive job market.

*Courses completed prior to indicated dates are not eligible for a badge.

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Certificate Eligibility and Requirements

A certificate is awarded upon completion of a minimum of 150 hours (15 units) of coursework from any combination of the courses listed in the grid below with a grade of “C” or higher in each course.

Some courses may be listed as electives in multiple certificates, students may use a maximum of two courses to fulfill a certificate requirement between two programs.

To become an official candidate in the program, students pursuing the certificate must submit a Declaration of Candidacy with a non-refundable $125 application fee. Students are encouraged to declare candidacy as soon as possible, but no later than after the third course in the program. To receive the digital certificate after completing all program requirements, students must submit a Request for Certificate. All requirements must be completed within five (5) years after the student enrolls in his/her first course. Students not pursuing a certificate are welcome to take as many individual courses as they wish.

Advisory Committee

  • Fu-Tien Chiou, Senior Information Architect, The Capital Group
  • Jay Cook, Software Developer, Alcon Labs
  • Gary Falacara, Agitant, Blue Wolf Consulting
  • Rick Hefner, Director, Process Effectiveness, Northrop Grumman
  • Patti Lassen, Lead Systems Engineer, Experian
  • Amit Manghani, Senior Manager/Director of Emerging Products, Informatica
  • Kevin Ramsaur, .NET Evangelist, Microsoft Corporation
  • David Shelton, Project Manager, Pacific Life
  • Marty Wartenberg, Consultant
  • Victor T. Wu, CTO, EmpowerTrain

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We are proud to provide our certificate students and alumni with newly enhanced career services that include one-on-one coaching, technology tools, webinars and workshops, networking events, mentorship/internship opportunities, and a rich collection of free online career resources. Learn more.

On-site Training Available

Our Corporate Training specialists can deliver this program or customize one that fits your organization’s specific needs. Visit Corporate Training or call (949) 824-1847 for information.

English Proficiency Requirement
All certificate programs at UCI Division of Continuing Education (classroom and online formats) require professional-level English language proficiency in listening and note-taking, reading comprehension and vocabulary, written expression, and oral presentation.

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