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CRC 116 - Introduction to Microsoft Access

1 Credit

An introduction to database theory and practice using the features of Access. Students will learn to create and modify the database, design and create queries, and use forms and reports in a 'hands-on' lab environment. Project required. Basic knowledge of the PC, keyboard, and mouse are required.

Course Learning Outcomes
1. Define and use common database terminology with Microsoft Access as the DataBase Management Software
2. Design, create, and manipulate data in a database
3. Write basic and advanced queries to locate and utilize data in a database
4. Design and create basic and customized entry screens and reports
5. Integrate the use of software and hardware components
6. Use HTML Documents, Data Access Pages, and Hyperlink Fields

Course Offered Fall, Spring

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Intersession 2024
Spring Semester 2024