Main Campus · Richards College of Business · Management
Data Resr Management & Design
- Spring 2021
- Section 01D
- 3 Credits
- 01/09/2021 to 05/11/2021
- Modified 04/05/2021
Application of development tools and languages (e.g., DBMS, Visual Basic, etc.) for business problem solving in a database environment.
CISM 3335 Minimum Grade: C and Richards Col Upper Division RCUD
Professor: Dr. Joan Deng
- Author: David Kroenke, David Auer, Scott Vandenberg, and Robert Yoder
- Publisher: Prentice Hall
- Edition: 8/E
- ISBN: ISBN-10: 013460153X, ISBN-13: 978-0134601533
- Availability: Campus Bookstore
Additional readings will be posted on CourseDen.
You must have access to the following software.
- MS Access 2016 (MS Office 365)
- MS SQL Server (Microsoft Azure*)
- Oracle Database Express Edition 11g Release 2 (Oracle Database Express Edition 11g Release 2)
- Oracle SQL Developer (Oracle SQL Developer)
- MongoDB (MongoDB)
- E/R Assistant (E/R Assistant)
- MS Visual Studio (Microsoft Azure*)
* To download software from Microsoft Azure, please login using your UWG email address and password, then type education in the Search box at the top of the screen, select Education (Preview), click Software, and you will find the required software in a list of software packages.
- Availability: MILLER HALL computer labs
Database Project (Individual Student Grade)1
In-Class Group Work Participation
(Individual Student Grade)2
1 Database Project Grading
Database Project Group Grade (max of 65 points)
5 Deliverable #1 (Proposal)
10 Deliverable #2 (Conceptual Design)
10 Deliverable #3 (Logical Design)
30 Deliverable #4 (Final Report)
Database Project Individual Student Grade (max of 65 points)
(Database Project Peer Evaluation Grade /10) * Database Project Group Grade
2 In-Class Group Work Participation Grading
In-Class Exercises Group Grade (max of 20 points)
20 The group completed all the required in-class exercises & presentations
10 The group had one absence
0 The group had two or more absences
In-Class Group Work Participation Individual Student Grade (max of 20 points)
(In-Class Group Work Peer Evaluation Grade /10) * In-Class Exercises Group Grade
|A||198 and above|
|B||176 – 197.999|
|C||154 – 175.999|
|D||132 – 153.999|
|F||131.999 and below|
There are five individual assignments. They are not group assignments. They are made available on the first day of class. All assignments must be submitted through the Assignment Submission Folders on CourseDen. No additions or corrections will be accepted once assignments have been submitted for grading. Assignment due dates are specified in the course calendar in CourseDen. All assignments are due at 05:30 PM on the days they are due. Late assignments will be accepted up to only one day later. There is a 20% penalty assessed against late assignments that are unexcused. Assignments not turned in by 05:30 PM the day after the due date will be marked MISSED and will not receive any credit. All assignments must be reviewed within one week of their return during class or when grades are posted, whichever is later.
NOTE: Good practices to adopt when using Lab computers is "Save and Save Often" and "Save to more than one place / media".
The group project will consist of designing and developing a database-system application. The project will require you to analyze user requirements, develop and document a database design to support the user requirements, implement the database in SQL Server or Oracle Database Express Edition 11g Release 2, and finally implement the web-based database application for users to access the database. Details of the project will be posted on CourseDen and discussed in class. The group size is set to be 3-4 students, with a goal of building a functionally complete application by allocating appropriate manpower. Please note the same amount of work is still expected if your group is smaller than 3 people. Each group must submit your project application choice to me via email at [email protected] by the deadline specified in the course calendar in CourseDen.
I suggest that you use Google Meet (https://meet.google.com/) to work with your group members on the database group project. Google Meet is a free video conferencing tool that allows a group of people to meet online, share screens and work together. You can find a quick start guide for Google Meet at this link: https://support.google.com/a/users/answer/9282720?hl=en .
- There are five quizzes, taken on-line, and open book.
- Each quiz is limited to 15 minutes. You will only have one opportunity to take each quiz, once you start the quiz you are committed to finish.
- All quizzes are due at 05:30PM (est) on the respective scheduled due dates (see the course calendar in CourseDen for specific dates).
- Make up quizzes are not offered.
Course Schedule will be posted in CourseDen.
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- Please be sure you have adequate space available in your UWG e-mail in box account, as only one attempt will be made to contact a valid UWG address.
- I prefer to use the CourseDen discussion board for questions so the entire class can benefit from the answer. Before posting a question, make sure that you read through the questions and answers that have been posted on the discussion board. Often, you will find the answer to your question there. The discussion board is essential to this course. Please be sure to check it every day. Everyone can read the discussion forum postings; therefore, do not post private information.
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