CYBR214 - SQL Database Fundamentals

This course focuses on database systems, design, and administration fundamentals. Students learn to perform data definition, manipulation, and queries using basic Structured Query Language (SQL). They learn the structure of data and database systems, their vulnerabilities to cyber-attacks, and the proper techniques required to protect these systems from damage.


CIP: 11.1003

Credits: 4

Prerequisites: none

Offered: Winter, Summer

Outcomes

  1. Define and identify database fundamentals as applied in the industry.
  2. Demonstrate relational database practices by creating and manipulating the structure of data and database systems.
  3. Apply basic Structured Query Language (SQL) statements to manipulate database data.
  4. Demonstrate proper techniques to protect a database from security attacks as per industry best practices.