An elective course in the Database Management Certificate Program.
Install SQL Server to your desktop and run complex queries using the Structured Query Language (SQL). This course will cover database table structures, column data types, and the T-SQL language components that go into querying against a database. Reading data from a table, row filtering, and column based functions will be discussed. We will also write queries that combine data from multiple tables, use conditional logic, and create aggregated result sets (sum, average, min, max). Database administration features of SQL will also be discussed.
Prerequisites: Familiarity with data processing concepts and techniques.