ACS125 Programming & Database Fundamentals

This course will provide students with an introduction to structured concepts of a high-level programming language. Students will learn the basic syntax of a programming language. Students will learn about primitive data types, declarations, constants, variables, assignment operations, expression evaluation, and basic console I/O. Upon successful course completion, students will be able to write console programs using the C language. The course will also provide students with a fundamental overview of relational databases. Students will learn the values, concepts, principles, skills and techniques of modern database management systems. Upon successful completion, students will be able to identify, research, evaluate and resolve common database (data-driven) business application systems development.

Prerequisites: ACS100

Credit Hours: 
6.00
Catalog Code: 
ACS125