COS 343: Database Systems

A study of the fundamental concepts of how database technologies work. An emphasis on relational databases will be explored, including normalization, advanced SQL queries, indexing, physical data storage, performance and tuning strategies, and concurrency control. Students will be introduced to other database technologies possibly including object-oriented databases, NoSQL, replication, etc. Prerequisites: COS 243 and MAT 215.

Cybersecurity Knowledge Areas

  • Databases

Coverage

CAE 2014 Topics

  • Databases (tier 2)
    • Relational Databases

CAE 2014 Outcomes

  • Databases (tier 2)
    • Describe common security models of database management systems

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