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College of Computing, Engineering and Construction
Undergraduate - School of Computing
This course provides an introduction to data warehousing concepts, requirements gathering, design and implementation. Students learn about operational database integration, extraction, transformation, loading of data to historical database system such as operational data store and data warehouse. Students are provided with techniques for the analysis, design, denormalization, implementation, utilization, and documentation in the development of data warehouse systems. Structure Query Language for database and data warehouse will be studied and used to retrieve data and manipulate the information from the implemented databases. Students are required to complete and present a project to class in the data warehousing area. No new faculty or additional resources are required for this course.
Database Administration (4 crs)
Systems (4 crs)
This course will provide participants with advanced knowledge of spatial principles and professional practices related to enterprise-scale Spatial Information Systems (SIS) and specialized applications that utilize SIS technology. The course will explore how SIS technology can be integrated with other technologies to create new business process models. The laboratory component will provide participants with the advanced technical skills needed to be able to design and implement Spatial Information Systems (SIS) and develop applications that utilize SIS technology. The course will give participants a "hands on" opportunity to explore how SIS technology can be integrated other technologies such as mobile computing, the web, and wireless communications. No new faculty or additional resources are required for this course.
Administration (3 crs)
Capstone Project I (3 crs)
Capstone Project II (3 crs)
Graduate - School of Computing
This course will provide the participants with the advanced knowledge of the professional practices needed to be able to administer enterprise-scale Spatial Information Systems (SIS) and to manage the development and implementation of specialized applications that utilize SIS technology as a component. The course will utilize guest lectures by SIS professionals to present case studies of professional practices. Participants will work in groups to execute a series of peer-reviewed assignments in which each group develops the requirements for development of a SIS application, a competitive professional proposal, and a SIS business plan. Participants will also be required to conduct an individual research project and make a professional presentation. No new faculty or additional resources are required for this course.
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