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ISQA 3310  MANAGING THE DATABASE ENVIRONMENT (3 credits)

Introduction to business database design and management functions. The focus is on the use of current database management systems (DBMS) to support the data management function of an organization. Topics include data modeling, database design, SQL, data management and database administration. Hands-on experience in database design, creation, and use is provided.

Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s): CIST 2100.

Information Systems and Quantitative Analysis

http://catalog.unomaha.edu/undergraduate/college-information-science-technology/information-systems-quantitative-analysis/

The study of Information Systems and Quantitative Analysis involves application of computers, mathematics, statistics, and other quantitative techniques in the solutions of a wide variety of business problems. While computer science often concentrates on building the computer tools which make computers useful, it is information systems and quantitative analysis that specifically focus on effectively applying these tools in the solutions of everyday business problems.