Introduction to Database Queries
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assignment Level : Introductory
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timer 30 hours in total

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Learn the fundamentals of interacting with relational database management systems, including issuing queries that return results sets and modify data.

What you'll learn

  1. Use tools to issue queries to a database
  2. Develop queries in SQL to create data stored in a database.
  3. Develop queries in SQL to read data stored in a database.
  4. Develop queries in SQL to update data stored in a database.
  5. Develop queries in SQL to delete data stored in a database.

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Week 1

Database Overview

Introduction to database concepts that the student will learn throughout the MicroBachelors

Week 2

Database Tools

Introduction to tools that students will use to interact with the relational database management system

Week 3

Querying the database - Single Table

Introduction to how to formulate and issue queries that retrieve data from one table in the database

Week 4

Querying the database - Multiple Tables

Introduction to how to formulate and issue queries that retrieve data from multiple tables in the database

Week 5

Modifying the database

Introduction to how to formulate and issue queries that mutate data in the database



Aspen Olmsted
Adjunct Professor
New York University Tandon School of Engineering




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