Course Outline - Mohd Anwar

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CMPD112 PC Maintenance and Troubleshooting
CMPD314 Database Systems
College of Foundation and General Studies
Universiti Tenaga Nasional
LECTURER’S INFORMATION
Name
Office Room
Phone No
Email
Website
Mohd Anwar Bin Muslimen
TA-3-210A
[email protected]
httt://mohdanwar.weebly.com
COURSE PARTICULARS
Course Name
Database Systems
Course Code
Course Level
Credit Hours
Pre-requisite
Objectives
CMPD 314
Diploma
4 (3 hrs. Lecture, 1 hour Lab)
None
This course aims to:
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Synopsis
Assessments
Introduce basic database concepts, including the structure and operation of the
relational data model
Outline the roles of DBMS in organizations
Show the operation of queries in relational database
Demonstrate the design and implement a database system
This course emphasizes on the concepts of database, file-based system versus
database systems, database environment, and database management system (DBMS).
This course also emphasizes on conceptual, logical and physical design of
development life cycle. The course also covers; ERD and EER Model, UNF, 1NF and
2NF normalization of database.
Type
Coursework
Quizzes
10%
Assignment
15%
Lab
15%
Mid-Term
20%
Final Examination
40%
TOTAL
100%
REFERENCES
Compulsory
1. Connolly T. and Begg C., “Database System – A Practical Approach to Design,
Implementation and Management”, Fifth Edition, Addison-Wesley, 2010
2. Elmasri & Navathe, Fundamentals of Database System, Sixth Edition, Addison Wesley, 2011
Additional:
1. Jeffrey A. Hoffer, Mary Prescott, Heikki Topi, Modern Database Management, 10th Edition,
Prentice Hall, 2011
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COURSE SCHEDULE & OUTLINE
WEEK
LECTURE TOPIC
Week 1
Brief description of the course and subject
Week 2
Introduction to Database
Week 3
Database Environment
Week 4
Database Architectures and the Web
Week 5
Database System Development Lifecycle
Week 6
SQL – Data Manipulation
Week 7
Database Analysis and DreamHome Case Study
Week 8
ER and Enhanced Entity-Relationship Modeling Concept of EER
Week 9
Normalisation
Week 10
Conceptual Database Design
Week 11
Logical and Physical Database Design
Week 12
Revision
Week 13
Study week
Week 14
FINAL EXAMINATION
CLASS POLICIES
ATTENDANCE IS COMPULSORY.
Those who have attendance less than 80% are not allowed to take final exam.
1. Student is advice to attend their class punctually. Any student who came into the class 30
minutes after the class had started and without any valid reason, he/she is considered absent.
2. Any student, who left the class after they had signed the attendance without valid reason OR
without the awareness of the lecturer, is considered absent.
3. Signing attendance on behalf of other student who are absent from classes, both students are
considered absent and the College reserves the rights to raise warning letter against both
students.
4.
Any late submission of assignment without advance approval from the lecturer, medical chit
and doctor’s letter (in case of medical issue) or government documents, marks will be
deducted from the assignment award mark where the deduction is 10 marks per day late. (The
deduction is inclusive of weekends and public holiday).
5.
Student is NOT allowed to absent from any test since it is an important component of the
coursework. Any absenteeism without advance approval from the lecturer, medical chit and
doctor’s letter (in case of medical issue) or government documents, the College reserve the
rights NOT to entertain any appeal.
6. Student is advice to set the mobile phone to silent mode. The student is advice to make or
answer emergency phone call outside the classroom.
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