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DBS301 - Database Design II and Structured Query Language (sql)
This subject continues the study of database design and SQL begun in DBS201. Students will learn the entire set of SQL statements using Oracle's DBMS. Students will also learn Oracle's SQL *Plus commands. Students will work in teams to prepare and implement the logical and physical database schema for a business application requiring 12-18 tables including all necessary contraints to protect the integrity of the data.
INT322 - Internet II - Web Programming On Unix
E-commerce remains one of the fastest-growing aspects of business in recent years, and there is a great demand for people who can plan and implement complete, database-driven web applications that run in a variety of different environments. Focusing on technologies popular on the Linux/Unix platform, this subject will provide the student with the skills and knowledge required to create and maintain commercial-quality web sites suitable for database-driven business transactions. The student will learn to build dynamic web applications using popular web programming languages (Perl), while leveraging the power of a SQL database. XML will be covered as it applies to server-side web development. Installation and configuration of the Apache web server will be included, as will coverage of Unix-specific Internet-related security issues.
SYS366 - Requirements Gathering Using 00 Models
This subject focuses on the techniques and tools involved in gathering requirements for business systems that will solve business stakeholders' processing problems. Students will be introduced to system development life cycles, interface design, and will learn how to use research, observation, interviews, prototypes and feedback to gather stakeholders' requirements. Students will also learn how to document requirements in both business and systems use case diagrams using the Unified Modeling Language (UML) and the Rational Rose modeling tool. They will learn to write the use case descriptions, both business and systems. An in-depth case study will be used throughout the subject to allow students to apply what they learn.
BAC344 - Business Applications Using Cobol
Business applications will be developed in COBOL using Programmer Development Manager and CODE/400. This subject introduces the students to file processing, report writing, transaction validation and updating. Students will build on programming techniques used in previous subjects to solve problems related to maintenance/modification of structured programs for typical business applications. This subject will provide a basic understanding of the COBOL language.
OOP344 - Object Oriented Programming Using C++
This subject continues to expand on the topics introduced in IPC144 and OOP244. The study of C and C++ syntax will be completed, and advanced programming concepts such as pointers, dynamic memory allocation, templates, and data structures will be discussed.