(LO1) At the end of the module students should have a critical understanding of the nature of relational databases.
(LO2) At the end of the module students should be able to design and implement large-scale database systems.
(LO3) At the end of the modulestudents should be able to develop the ability touse SQL as a data definition and data manipulation language, and to develop acritical understanding of querying a relational database withSQL.
(LO4) At the end of the module students should be able to develop a systematic understanding of transaction management and concurrency control in database systems.
(S1) Skills in using technology - Using common applications (work processing, databases, spreadsheets etc.)
(S2) Critical thinking and problem solving - Creative thinking
(S3) Critical thinking and problem solving - Critical analysis
(S4) Critical thinking and problem solving - Synthesis
(S5) Skills in using technology - Information accessing
(S6) Numeracy/computational skills - Confidence/competence in measuring and using numbers
(S7) Problem solving
(S8) Business and customer awareness
(S9) Information Technology (IT) skills
(S10) Computer science principles