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Web Applications and Database Management Systems

Studies and practices the development of dynamic data-driven web applications, in the context of the languages and technologies used in typical shared hosting environments. Topics include database design, including entity-relationship modeling and normalization, designing and implementing data models for a web application, developing the server side code necessary to interact with that data model, developing the web pages for the application, and an introduction to the use of dynamic scripting on the client side. Web application security is covered throughout. Prerequisite: CPSC 111

Credit Hours:
Course Number:
CPSC 365
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