CPD210 Access Database Concepts, Design &Application w/Visual Basic

4 Credit Hours

Within CPD 210 the student will apply principles of database design and management to the selection of appropriate relational database systems. Students will demonstrate skills at the introductory and intermediate and advanced levels by producing documents using Windows 7 and Microsoft Access 2013. Within Access, students will create and maintain database tables, define table relationships, create running and saving queries, sort and filter records, create and customize forms and reports, publish Access objects to the World Wide Web, replicate a database, create and run macros, create navigation objects, work with database security and write Visual Basic code. Students will identify different models of database design. Students will use their knowledge of object-oriented, distributed, and client/server systems, as well as data warehousing, QBE, and SQL, to identify and analyze database design needs and internet and intranet implications for database management. This course is designed to prepare students for the Microsoft Office Specialist Certification (MOS) certification exams. The MOS Program Certification exams help students demonstrate their proficiencies to prospective employers and give them a competitive edge in the job marketplace. This is a prerequisite course for CPD 226 SQL Database Concepts, Design & Application.

2020 Spring Term

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 12/24
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person DWN DC305 01/13/20 - 03/17/20 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM M T W R F Russell Thrailkill
Type In-Person
Location DWN DC305
Dates 01/13/20 - 03/17/20
Times 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Meeting Days M T W R F
Instructor Russell Thrailkill
Section: O
Course Format: Online Seats Available: 18/20
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
Online 01/13/20 - 03/06/20 Russell Thrailkill
Type Online
Dates 01/13/20 - 03/06/20
Meeting Days
Instructor Russell Thrailkill