Information Systems

Winter 2004

IFSM 420  Database Application Development                        3 credits
Offers hands-on experience for developing client/server database applications using a major database management system. Students learn how to create and manipulate database objects including tables, views and sequences; develop program units using SQL; and implement client applications such as forms and reports. The course provides students with first-hand experience developing prototype client/server applications. Prerequisite: IFSM 410 and permission of the department. For online information see Blackboard or contact bandaru@umbc.edu.
(PermReq) Grade Method: REG
[0036] 9101 MTuWTh.....6:00pm- 9:10pm (ITE 469)       BANDARU, P

IFSM 498  Special Topics in Information Systems                   3 credits
          Implementing Enterprise Network Systems           
          and Services                                      
This course takes a detailed look into the design, development, acquisition and implementation of enterprise network systems and communication services. Students investigate, analyze, evaluate, and select various network and telecommunications technologies to develop comprehensive communication system solutions. Working in project teams, students participate in all phases of the network design and implementation process, including communications needs analysis, requirements definition, design specification, requests for proposal, evaluating design alternatives, and developing acquisition and implementation plans for the chosen solution. Prerequisite: IFSM 450. Recommended: Completion of IFSM 451C and IFSM 454. For more information contact john.meise@ssa.gov.
          Grade Method: REG/P-F
[0037] 9101 MTuWTh.....6:00pm- 9:10pm (ITE 237)       MEISE, J

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