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Database Management Essentials Course

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Database management is the most essential part of any organization these days. It includes creation, manipulation, deletion, and administration of database in an efficient way. Database management also includes the areas of database development, data warehousing, and business intelligence. Most of the people working on internet are not aware of the fact that they are actually accessing the database because the interface is hidden from them. The databases forms an essential part of everyone’s life and it has to be managed efficiently.

This course is designed to teach you applications and programming used for designing and maintaining the business databases. You will get the knowledge of relational database, use of SQL (Structured Query Language), data manipulation language, and data control language. This course will also teach you how to create Entity Relationship Diagrams (ERDs) and how to analyze tables with redundancy. You will execute the SQL queries on Oracle or MySQL. The main topics included in the course are:

  • Introduction to Databases and DBMSs
  • Relational Data Model and creating tables
  • Basic Query Formulation with SQL
  • Extended Query Formulation with SQL
  • Notation for Entity Relationship Diagrams
  • ERD Rules and Problem Solving
  • Developing Business Data Models
  • Schema Conversion
  • Normalization Concepts and Practice

 

After completing the course, you would be able to design and implement normalized databases using database reports and forms.  This course is beneficial for the database engineers who are new to the field.

So, register yourself with ProLearning Hub and Join the course ‘Database Management Essentials’ to enhance your acumen in database management.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the key concepts of relational databases and DBMS.
  • Learn the various query formulation techniques using SQL.
  • Learn to create Entity Relationship diagrams (ERDs) and use them in problem solving.
  • Understand the normalization concepts of database.

Acquire skills to develop business data models.

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