IS3302 Database Management for Decision Support

Database management systems that support decision making constitute essential components of information-driven organizations. These systems are employed in a wide array of activities, ranging from combat support to logistics and administration. This course covers the essential aspects of database management systems and their role in supporting decision making. The course is a hands-on, technically oriented course that provides students with an understanding of conceptual database management techniques as well as the application using decision support tools. This course is intended for students in the ISO (356) and IC4I (365) curricula. Prerequisite: None.

Lecture Hours

3

Lab Hours

2

Quarter Offered

  • As Required