Advanced Database Applications

Advanced Database Applications is a semester course.  Students with advanced knowledge of databases are widely sought after in today’s era of huge databases as evidenced in companies such as Wal-Mart, J.B. Hunt, Acxiom, Tyson, and many more.  Students will work with multiple table operations, forms, and reports.  Students will learn advanced database features to manipulate and present data through advanced queries, calculated controls, macros, switchboards, custom forms/reports, subforms, subreports, joins, relationships, and much more. This class also includes projects that involve cross curricular activities with mathematics, science, reading, and writing.  Students will read and analyze database forms and will discuss their findings in written form through essays.  Students will also learn how to use previous mathematics skills and build on those skills as they write complex queries using mathematical formulas to desegregate data using Microsoft Access.

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