TCSS 445 Database Systems Design (5) QSR
Fundamental concepts, system organization, and implementation of database systems. Methods for obtaining requirements and designing database systems; differences between hierarchical, relational, and network database designs; file organizations and data structures; structured query language (SQL); query optimization; database design; concurrency control; security; issues involving distributed database systems. Prerequisite: a minimum grade of in TCSS 342.
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Tim Kaufman is an Associate Professor in Education and Chair of the Applied Leadership for Teaching and Learning Program at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. Under his leadership, the Education program has flourished, graduating top teachers and receiving the UW System Regents Teaching Excellence Award in the category of "Outstanding Academic Department." Kaufman has been involved in several collaborations with the Institute for Learning Partnership, including the Teaching and Learning Grant Program, the Action Research Grant Writing Workshops, the University’s signature Phuture Phoenix Program and more.