Certificate in Database Administrator
The Database Administrator Certificate of Achievement is one of several certificate options available in the Information Technology and Information Systems (ITIS) program. The core competencies for this certificate include foundational skills in Information technology (ITIS 104, ITIS 107, and ITIS 115) as well as foundational skills in computer programming (ITIS 141). These four foundational courses are also required in the other ITIS certificates. Students will advance from the core competencies to develop practical skills in using specialized software to store, manipulate, and organize data. The eventual goal is to build the necessary foundation for students to pursue an undergraduate degree in an information-related or computer-related subject.
Students completing this certificate will be equipped with the skills determined by employers as necessary for an entry level position in information technology such as a Computer User Support Specialist (SOC Code: 15-1151) or Database Administrator (SOC Code: 15-1141). During the program students will also have an opportunity to complete industry certifications from CompTIA, including A+ and Network+.
|ITIS 104||Information Technology||4|
|ITIS 107||Network Technology||4|
|ITIS 115||Computer Information Systems||3.5|
|ITIS 141||Programming Fundamentals||3|
|Select three (3) of the following courses:|
|Introduction to Database Concepts||3|
|Database Principles Using SQL||3|
or BUS 152
|Complete one (1) of the following math courses: 1|
Or substitute higher level math course.
Certificate of Achievement Level Student Learning Outcomes
- Demonstrate proficiency in creating, editing, and modifying an electronic database.
- Demonstrate proficiency in building and maintaining relational databases.
- Demonstrate proficiency in generating various reports through the process of querying and extraction.