Part-time Courses - Databases
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|Course #||Courses||Length (Hours)||Distance||Status|
Description: This course introduces students to Access, an application that manages data. Students will be exposed to database components, terminology, the creation and use of data-entry forms, queries, reports and switchboards.
|COMP1907||Access - Advanced
Description: This course is intended to further develop skills acquired in the Access course. Basic concepts will be reviewed and extended to teach you the techniques for setting up and maintaining database systems. With Visual Basic for Applications (VBA), students will develop a simple business application from the problem definition stage through to implementation.
|COMP1115||Intermediate Microsoft Access 2010
Description: Do you have experience building Microsoft Access 2010 databases, but want to take your skills to the next level? In this course, you'll build an entire database project from scratch. By the time you've completed the course, you'll have a fully functional database that tracks customer and order information.
|COMP1072||Intermediate Microsoft Access 2013
Description: Do you want to take your Microsoft Access 2013 skills to the next level? In this course, you'll learn how to use this program's advanced features to build a fully functional database from scratch.
|COMP1017||Introduction to Access 2010
Description: Take control over your data! Whether you're a novice or an experienced database user, these hands-on lessons will show you how to harness the full power of Microsoft Access 2010. You'll learn to build and customize tables, and you'll discover how to use forms to simplify data entry, create reports, and design queries. By the time you've finished this course, you'll know how to construct an effective database for any information you need to store, document, and manage—at home or on the job.
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