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Statistical Literacy:  Critical thinking about statistics as evidence in arguments

Introduction to database management systems. Topics include database terminology, design objectives and procedures, normalization and relationships, and Structured Query Language.

Prerequisite: Working knowledge of, and experience with Microsoft Access as presented in CIS 147 is strongly recommended.

Introduction to database management systems. Topics include database terminology, design objectives and procedures, normalization and relationships, and Structured Query Language.

Prerequisite: Working knowledge of, and experience with Microsoft Access as presented in CIS 147 is strongly recommended.

Introduction to database management systems. Topics include database terminology, design objectives and procedures, normalization and relationships, and Structured Query Language.

Prerequisite: Working knowledge of, and experience with Microsoft Access as presented in CIS 147 is strongly recommended.

CSC-208 at the DePaul University College of Computing and Digital Media fulfills a Philosophical Inquiry (PI) learning domain in LIberal Studies. This section of the course is taught by Jim Janossy. This system is used for repeatable online exercises and anonymous discussions.