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INFS 6790 - Seminar in Database Management
Prerequisite: INFS 4790 or INFS 5790 with minimum grade of C. Advanced topics in computer-related information systems as found in current literature and practical application. Advanced information structures and data management concepts applied in the design of computer-based information systems. Additional topics include data structures as applied to distributed processing systems, computer system component resource allocation, and data communication systems design. Significant computer application projects required.
3.000 Credit hours

Levels: Graduate
Schedule Types: Combined Lecture/Lab

Info Systems & Analytics Department

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