ITW 3233 - Database Design and Implementation


The course provides students with the opportunity to develop in-depth knowledge of database design, implementation, and systems development. The course covers data modeling concepts, approaches and techniques, and stages in database development processes (conceptual and logical design, implementation and maintenance). The course also covers methods and approaches used in system analysis and design, including the system development life cycle. To reinforce the course concepts, students will carry out projects based on real world situations.


Credit Hours

Information Technology


  • A minimum grade of "C" in all of the following: CSCI 1236 or ITW 2430, MATH 2130.

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