NURS 6293 Database Management Systems
Credit hours: 3 per Semester
Cluster: Systems, Leadership, Informatics and Policy,
Course Level: Masters
Course Open to: Both Phd and DNP students
Institution:University of Colorado
Pre-requisites: Not applicable.
Course Description: This interdisciplinary course focuses on historical, theoretical, and application issues in the design and administration of a database management system. Theories and concepts of file and database structures are explored. Students apply database concepts to nursing problems and solutions.
Method of Instruction: Asynchronous in Canvas.
Delivery Platform: Canvas
Campus visits required: Not Applicable
Course Contact: Sarah Moak Hyman
Tuition: NEXus Common Price
Other considerations: By the end of this course, the learner will be able to: Defend a selected database structure for a selected clinical or administrative database related to nursing and healthcare systems. Discriminate between a true relational database and other types of database structures through the application of a set of formal rules. Coordinate the design of data collection instruments with database requirements and structures. Create and normalize relational data tables. Use a database design language (DBDL) to create the structure for an enterprise or departmental database. Use a query language to extract information from a database management system through a complex query. Open to PhD and DNP students.
Available Seats by Semester for this course:
Credits: 3 / Semester