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AL-HUSEEN BIN TALAL UNIVERSITY
Faculty of Information Technology
Dep. of Computer Information Systems
SYLLABUS
Database Systems
2015/2016, First semester
Lecturer:
Office:
Office hours:
E-mail:
Ali M. Al-Ghonmein
Second Floor .
Tuesday 12:30 – 1:30
[email protected]
Course Purpose:
The purpose of this course is to introduce the students to database system, concept, modeling,
relational database and SQL language.
Teaching Methods:
Duration:
16 weeks, 48 hours in total
Tentative Schedule:
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Subject
Database and database users
Database system concepts and architecture
Database system concepts and architecture
Data modeling using ER model
Data modeling using ER model
(1st exam)
ER-to- Relational mapping
ER-to- Relational mapping
Relational data model, Relational constraint
Relational data model, Relational constraint
Structured query language SQL
Structured query language SQL
Structured query language SQL(2nd exam)
Functional dependencies and normalization
Functional dependencies and normalization
Functional dependencies and normalization
Final Examination
AL-HUSEEN BIN TALAL UNIVERSITY
Faculty of Information Technology
Dep. of Computer Information Systems
Modes of Assessment
Modes of Assessment:
First Exam
Second Exam
Assignment / Project
Final Exam
Score
25%
25%
50%
Additional notes:
 There are no extra credit points, make-ups*, re-grades, or reworks in this class.
 Do not arrive more than 5 minutes late to class. Late arrivals are disruptive.
 Cell phones should be off or on silent during ALL class activities.
*Make-up exams will be offered for valid reasons only (not recommended).
Attendance Policy:
Lecture attendance is mandatory. If student absent more than the percentage allowed by the
AHU university policy, student will be deprived from the course with zero mark assigned. if
student miss class, it is his responsibility to find out about any announcements or assignments he
may have missed.
Text Book(s) and Supporting Materials:
Text Book(s)
 Ramez Elmasri and Shamkant Navathe, Fundamentals of Database Systems,
Addison-Wesley, 5th edition (2007, ISBN 0-321-36957-2) .
References:
Students will be expected to give the same attention to these references as given to the course
textbook(s)
 A. Silberschatz, H. Korth and S. Sudarshan. Database System Concepts. 5th
Edition. McGraw-Hill 2005, ISBN 0-07-295886-3.
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