Course Creating Databases with
Microsoft Access Offered by TAMIU
Learn how to enter, store and manipulate data through a database created
with Microsoft Access will be the subject of a non-credit course at Texas
A&M International University Saturday, March 29 from 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Registration is underway. Tuition is $199/participant and $149 for TAMIU
employees, students and alumni.
To register, contact Cindy Martínez, program
coordinator, at 326.2486 or e-mail email@example.com
This non-credit course
is designed for business professionals with no database background. Students
will have the opportunity to create databases from scratch, including database
design, an introduction to SQL ( a query language to extract data), as
well as form and report creation. Plenty of hands-on examples will be provided
in this course to expose students to real-life situations with solutions
using Microsoft Access, a database software designed to create databases,
queries, forms and reports.
This course is geared toward managers, business
professionals, entrepreneurs seeking to use Microsoft Access in the most
efficient way for day-to-day business tasks. Students may also want to
take the course to learn basic database design and use.
Main topics will include
introduction to database design, databases and Access, relational databases
and design essentials, creating databases with Access, enforcing database
rules using Access, creating databases using Access, asking questions with
SQL, creating forms with Access and programming essential with access.
course, offered by the TAMIU College of Business Administration division
of international business, will be taught by Jesus Carmona, doctoral student
in the MISD Concentration of the Ph.D. Program in International Business
Administration at TAMIU. He is also an adjunct professor in the University’s
Division of International Business and Technology Studies.
For more information,
please contact Martínez at 326.2486 or firstname.lastname@example.org or visit offices
in Anthony J. and Georgia A. Pellegrino Hall, room 304.
hours are 8 a.m. – 5 p.m., Monday – Friday. University offices are closed
Thursday and Friday, March 20-21 and will reopen on Monday, March 24, 2008
at 8 a.m
Journalists who need additional information or help with media requests
and interviews should contact the Office of Public Relations, Marketing and Information
Services at email@example.com