Be a leader in IT. As a data systems and programming professional, you will team up with other corporate IT professionals to monitor and maintain company databases as well as ensure their backup and recovery infrastructure. From making requested changes, updates and modifications to safeguarding database integrity, stability and system availability, you will play an integral role in your company’s success. Through this degree program you will gain a solid understanding of data modeling, design, management, programming and security.
Davenport offers course credit for specific certifications. In addition, certification exams are highly recommended after completing certificate related courses. See our certification page for additional information.
A BS degree in Database Systems and Programming can be completed in-seat or online
Graduates Will Be Prepared To:
Work with corporate Subject Matter Experts (SME) to analyze information needs.
Write computer software.
Program in C++, C# and Java.
Design and maintain databases.
Effectively use data mining for analysis to analyze information.
Maintain the database and update permissions.
Effectively use Perl & Python scripting for Windows, Linux/Unix and Mac OS
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BACHELOR OF SCIENCE • 120 CREDITS MINIMUM • DATA PROG BS
The Database Management Systems Bachelor of Science Degree is designed to provide students a broad range of data management skills. Students will learn to work with Corporate Management subject matter experts (SME) to analyze information needs and determine what data is needed to support the programming and management needs. Students will gain a solid understanding of data modeling, design, administration, programming and security. Additionally concepts such as data warehouse modeling and maintenance, data mining and database integration and distributed architecture concepts are cover. It is highly recommended that all students use open electives to enhance this degree by taking more programming and security classes as electives.