SQL Fundamentals

    EX 1111 is offered this winter:

SQL stands for Struc­tured Query Lan­guage and is used to com­mu­ni­cate with a data­base. Know­ing how to use SQL is essen­tial for stor­ing data in soft­ware projects and web­sites small and large. In this course, stu­dents will explore data­bas­es through Mari­aDB (MySQL) and Struc­tured Query Lan­guage (SQL.). Oth­er top­ics such as data­base rela­tion­ships, Nor­mal­iza­tion, trans­ac­tions and sub queries will be covered.

Offered:

Take note:

This course combines 8 hours of live online sessions with 24 hours of modules/activities to be completed by the student, for a total of 32 hours.

Jan 10, 2023Feb 3, 2023
Mondays

Tuesdays

7:00 pm – 9:00 pm MT

Wednesdays

Thursdays

Fridays

7:00 pm – 9:00 pm MT

Saturdays

Sundays

Syn­chro­nous online learning, eClass

32 hours of instruction

In synchronous online courses, students move through the course material at the same pace as their peers. These courses also provide learners with pre-scheduled online lectures that have the instructor and students interacting at the same time. All components of this type of course are accessible through eClass, the University of Alberta’s eLearning management tool. for­mat details

Class info
This course has no prerequisites

Students from all educational backgrounds welcome. You can register for this course without applying and enrolling in a program.

Take note:

This course combines 8 hours of live online sessions with 24 hours of modules/activities to be completed by the student, for a total of 32 hours.

Currently counts towards:

Applicants intending to enrol in a program are encouraged to apply as soon as possible to lock in their course requirements since they are prone to change.

*If you are already enroled in this program, please refer to your specific program requirements as outlined at the time of your admission: Bear Tracks > Academic Advisement.

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EX 1111 is offered this winter: