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1 Western New Mexico University Syllabus Class Meeting Semester, Place, Days and Time Spring 2013 (201320) TR at 9:30am in GRCENT 100 (20525) Spring 2013 (201320) Online (20526) Course Description CMPS 263. Database Design and Implementation I. Studentss learn to design and implement small scale relational databases from project requirements. Topics include: (a) purpose and function of databases, (b) database management systems, (c) a relational database design methodology, (d) data normalization, (e) recursive and super/sub type relations, andd (f) the use of data definition and manipulation SQL statements. This course develops communication skills between individuals and database professionalss through the use and development of standard database design documents such as entity relationship diagrams (ERDs). This course is suitablee for all students; no Computer Science background is required. Prerequisites: CMPS 110 or 111 and ENGL 101 (3) Professor Gerald Burgess Associate Professor of Computer Science Basse Forward Global Resource Center Room Office hours are posted in Blackboard. Required Resources Textbooks Database Design and Development ( ), copyright 2006, published by Pearson Education, written by Frost, Day, and Slyke. Computer The student must have access to a personal computer running Windows and have installed Microsoft Office 2010 (i.e. Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Access), Blackboard compatible Web browser with the 2011 Gerald A. Burgess and Western New Mexico University Page 1 of 10

2 Flash and Acrobat Reader plugins installed, Jzip (or other like program), and a Java Run Time Environment (JRE) version 1.4 or newer. Any other software will be provided by this class at no charge. Learning Objectives Develop professional quality database design from a stated problem (CMPS B4). 1. From a description, differentiate a database from a database management system. 2. From a set of noun phrases, differentiate entities from attributes. 3. From a completed form or report differentiate metadata from data. 4. From a completed form or report differentiate values from attributes. 5. From a completed form or report differentiate entities, attributes, and headings. 6. From a list of attributes identify all reasonable single field primary keys. 7. From a list of attributes identify all reasonable multiple field primary keys. 8. Identify tables with 1NF violations. 9. Isolate cause of 1NF violations for a given table. 10. Draw an ERD that removes a 1NF violation. 11. Identify tables with 2NF violations. 12. Isolate cause of 2NF violations for a given table. 13. Draw an ERD that removes a 2NF violation. 14. Identify tables with 3NF violations. 15. Isolate cause of 3NF violations for a given table. 16. Draw an ERD that removes a 3NF violation. 17. Identify tables with 4NF violations. 18. Isolate cause of 4NF violations for a given table. 19. Draw an ERD that removes a 4NF violation. 20. Identify tables with BCNF violations. 21. Isolate cause of BCNF violations for a given table. 22. Draw an ERD that removes a BCNF violation. 23. Draw an ERD that removes all NF violations. 24. Identify the cardinality of relationships between tables. 25. From an ERD, add all needed single field foreign keys. 26. From an ERD, add all needed multiple field foreign keys. 27. Assign appropriate data types to all attributed. 28. Modify an ERD to add all required associative tables. 29. From an ERD with associative tables, add needed primary and foreign key fields. 30. Explain the function of primary keys (Know why you need multiple fields) 31. From a problem statement, create an ERD to address one to many relationships. 32. From a problem statement, create an ERD to address many to many relationships. 33. From a problem statement, create an ERD to address recursive relationships. 34. From a problem statement, create an ERD to address super/subtype relationships. 35. From a problem statement, create an ERD to address is part of relationships. 36. Differentiate partial from complete specialization. 37. Differentiate disjoint from an overlapping relationship. 38. From an ERD, write functional SQL statements to add data to a table. 39. From an ERD, write functional SQL statements to delete data from a table. 40. From an ERD, write functional SQL statements to modify data in a table. 41. From an ERD, write functional SQL statements to read data from a table Gerald A. Burgess and Western New Mexico University Page 2 of 10

3 42. From an ERD, write functional SQL statements to read data from multiple tables. 43. From a problem statement, write an SQL statement to answer the question posed by the problem. Implement a database design (CMPS B5). 44. From an ERD, write functional SQL statements to create a table. 45. From an ERD, write functional SQL statements to create a relationship between two tables. 46. From an ERD, write functional SQL statements to display attributes of a table. Policies: Attendance, Inclement Weather and Emergencies Online Classes Under normal weather conditions students must check Blackboard on a daily basis, Monday through Friday excluding holidays, for announcement, s, and assignment feedback. Participation of the professor is guided by the closure/delay decision by the Silver City Consolidated School District announced by KOAT TV and KRQE TV and available at Student participation should be guided by whether safe passage can be made to and from the computer being used for the class. The student is expected to post in the Weather discussion topic any weather conditions that make attendance unsafe. Be sure to include in that posting your location and the time period (begin and end) of the weather condition. Face to Face Classes Under normal weather conditions students are expected to attend every class period and check Blackboard on a daily basis, Monday through Friday excluding holidays, for announcements, s, and assignment feedback. Participation of professor and student is guided by the closure/delay decision by the Silver City Consolidated School District announced by KOAT TV and KRQE TV and available at Web Access to School Closings In the left hand figure below my web browser was set to Please note the item with a red border (border added for affect) that reads Weather Alert / Closings and Delays. I clicked the Closings and Delays link. The right hand figure represents the result. I scrolled until I saw Grant County. Please note the item with a red border (border added for affect) that reads Silver Consolidated Schools Gerald A. Burgess and Western New Mexico University Page 3 of 10

4 Western New Mexico University Syllabus Blackboard Outage Policy When advised of a prolonged Blackboard outage I will post instructions on my personal website available at Remember just because you cannot access Blackboard from your computer does not mean it is down. Communicationn Policy The following two subsections address non face to face or byy telephone. To ensure face to face or telephonee conversations are clearly understood the initiator is responsiblee for following up with an to confirm a common understanding. Class Related Business All personal communication between student and professor for class business shall be conducted in Blackboard unless a Blackboard outage has been declared or you wish to report an apparent Blackboard outage. Pre/Post Semester or Other Communication No confidential information will be discussed in unless the address used is provided by the university. In the event you have had your WNMU address forwarded be sure to send messages using your WNMU . The purpose of this policy is to protect your privacy. I am not allowed to discuss your confidential information with anyone other thann you withoutt your permission. Conduct Work Habits Students are expected to review their scheduless (home, work, school, and sporting events) and adjust their work habits to ensure assignments and quizzes are completed before they are due. Emergencies can arise at any time so starting each graded activity as soon as it is available and completed 2011 Gerald A. Burgess and Western New Mexico University Page 4 of 10

5 prerequisite work is advisable. Starting any graded activity only a day or two before the due date is considered a poor work habit. Academic Integrity Policy and Procedures of Professor The student shall not participate in plagiarism or other unethical behavior and as such cite all sources that contributed significantly to the content of the assignment, including personal assistance of classmates. The first offense will result in a zero for the assignment. A second offense may result in the F for the course. Informed Consent Some individuals may choose to disclose personal information during class. Therefore, it is important that all classmates agree not to discuss or write about what others have discussed in class. Professionalism Students are learning professional skills and are expected to engage in classroom discussions, complete reading assignments and turn in assignments in a timely fashion as befitting professional behavior. Scholarly Writing Use clear college level writing with correct spelling and grammar for all assignments. If you need help in writing, check with the WNMU Writing Center. Integrated Use of Technology Because this is an online or web enhanced course, I am making the assumption that you are comfortable utilizing a computer, and navigating various software programs like Blackboard and Microsoft Word. If you have any questions about computer requirements contact your instructor. Grading Extra Credit Assignments submitted at least one day early are eligible for extra credit. In my field there is a mythical creature named Murphy. Murphy attempts to sabotage everything we do. He seems to frequent the procrastinator more than others. Thus I support any attempt to avoid last minute problems by awarding extra credit points for most assignments submitted early given their submissions meet the following criteria. An assignment earning at least 90% without the extra credit applied will be awarded an extra 5%. An assignment earning between 80% and 90% without the extra credit applied will receive an additional 2.5%. Assignments eligible for extra credit and thus a late submission are identified by a green background in the student s progress report. Late Submission All assignments submitted late, without prior professor approval, will earn fewer points proportional to the severity of their tardiness. Thus, submissions of partially completed assignments are likely to earn more points than assignments completed and submitted late. An assignment submitted within 24 hours 2011 Gerald A. Burgess and Western New Mexico University Page 5 of 10

6 after the due date will receive a 10% deduction. An assignment submitted between 1 and 2 days after the due date will receive a 20% deduction. An assignment submitted between 2 and 3 days after the due date will receive a 40% deduction. An assignment submitted between 3 and 4 days after the due date will receive an 80% deduction. An assignment submitted more than 4 days after the due date may not be graded. Grade Determination Determining your grade is not as simple, unfortunately, as summing all the points earned on each class element and dividing by the total possible and comparing that value to a grading scale. Instead course elements belong to one or more categories (i.e. Behavior, Knowledge & Application). The points earned in each category are summed and divided by the total possible in that category. This provides three percentages that determine the grade. Disjunctive Grading When applying the position of police office one might expect you to be able to drive a car, shoot a gun, and know some law (a great simplification I know). If you failed to perform in any one category you shouldn t get the job. The same philosophy is used to determine grades. Students must earn a 70% in each category to earn a C, earn an 80% in each category to earn a B and earn a 90% in each category to earn an A. A quicker way to determine the final grade is to compare the lowest percentage to the following scale. For more information on this and other grading schemes see Interpretations of criteriabased assessment and grading in higher education by D. Royce Sadler. What I use is referred to as a disjunctive grading scheme. [90% 100%] A [80% 90%) B [70% 80%) C [60% 70%) D [0% 60%) F A value range (e.g. 70% 80%) preceded or followed by a bracket (i.e. [ or ]) includes that value. A range preceded or followed by a parenthesis does not include the value adjacent to the parenthesis. Grade Forecasting There is no precise was to calculate a final grade until all graded activities are completed or a zero score is assigned. Forecasts are available by entering all available scores, including zeroes for missed work, into your progress report file and reading the Final Grade Forecast section at the top. Final Grade Forecast A 90% 100% Possible B 80% 90% Possible C 70% 80% Possible D 60% 70% Possible 2011 Gerald A. Burgess and Western New Mexico University Page 6 of 10

7 F 0% 60% Completed Western New Mexico University Syllabus Grade Requirements Besides the forecast you are also informed about how well you will need to perform on future graded activities to earn all possible grades. This information is available in the Final Grade Requirements section at the top of your Progress Report file. Remember that all the requirements across any row in this section must be accomplished to earn the desired grade. Final Grade Requirements Behavior Knowledge Application Analysis Min % for A 89.50% 89.50% 89.50% 0.00% Min % for B 79.50% 79.50% 79.50% 0.00% Min % for C 69.50% 69.50% 69.50% 0.00% Min % for D 59.50% 59.50% 59.50% 0.00% Min % for F 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% Progress Statistics The Progress Statistics section at the top of your Progress Report file provides a snapshot of how well you have progressed in the class and how far. In the image below the Current Percentage line has no values as no scores have been entered into the file. Once a value has been entered, either earned or projected, the percentage for that category (i.e. Behavior, Knowledge, Application, and Analysis) will be displayed. A key value to track beside the current percentage is the Remaining Points values. When the remaining points value for a particular category falls to zero your final grade cannot rise above the letter corresponding to the current percentage for that category. Progress Statistics Behavior Knowledge Application Analysis Total Points Graded Points Earned Points Remaining Points Current Percentage Code of Civility In order to promote a positive, professional atmosphere among students, faculty and staff, the following Code of Civility has been developed: Respect: Treat all students, faculty, staff and property with respect and in a courteous and professional manner. This includes all communications, whether verbal or written. Let your actions reflect pride in yourself, your university, and your profession Gerald A. Burgess and Western New Mexico University Page 7 of 10

8 Kindness: A kind word and gentle voice go a long way. Refrain from using profanity, insulting slang remarks, or making disparaging comments. Consider another person s feelings. Be nice. Truth: Exhibit honesty and integrity in your dealings with fellow students, faculty and staff members. Don t lie, don t cheat, and don t steal. Responsibility: Take responsibility for your actions. This includes gracefully accepting the consequences of your behavior. Cooperation: Exhibit a cooperative manner when dealing with students, faculty and staff so we may all work towards our common goals and mission. Acceptance: Accept differences in others, as they accept differences in you. This includes diversity in opinions, beliefs and ideas and everything else that makes us unique individuals. Professionalism: Always conduct yourself in a manner that will bring pride to your profession, to Western New Mexico University, and, most importantly, to yourself. Other Expectations Of the student The student is expected to show due diligence by involving oneself in the class and subject of the course. The student shall submit all assignments on time, complete or not, according to the assignment submission requirements. Failure to follow submission requirements will result in a significant deduction increasing in value as the term progresses. The student shall assume ultimate responsibility for all assignments. Students shall use all reasonable methods to ensure an assignment is submitted, including but not limited to the early uploading of assignment files to the like named assignment (drop box) for the purpose of keeping a backup copy of same. Electronic difficulties while attempting to submit an assignment will not be accepted as an excuse for a late assignment. Partial assignment submissions are accepted. No assignment due dates will be extended except for a serious and prolonged illness. The student shall acquire as much assistance in class as possible and attend scheduled office hours if needed. In the event office hours are in conflict with the student's class schedule an appointment may be made by contacting the professor or department secretary. Requesting an appointment does not constitute the same. A confirmation by the professor is required. A confirmation will be provided by Blackboard . The student shall bring nothing to class except needed class materials. Students shall not promote a hostile learning environment through any means including but not limited to demeaning, excluding or embarrassing communication, or detracting from the focus of the class in 2011 Gerald A. Burgess and Western New Mexico University Page 8 of 10

9 any way. Students that cannot comply with this expectation need to alter their behavior, withdraw from the class or be removed from the class. The student shall comply with all instructions given by a college employee. Failure to comply with any policy or instruction may result in disciplinary actions ranging from warning to permanent removal from the class. Students shall not use an electronic recording device of any type in class without approval of the professor. This includes but not limited to tape recorders, laptops, cameras, cell phones, and personal data assistants (PDAs). Of the professor The student may expect to have assignment, exam and quiz scores posted one week from the date taken/due, whichever is later, with the exception of the week before final exams and any week in which the professor is off campus. Scores on Quizzes and Exams are immediately available. The student may expect that unless otherwise stated in the instructions all exams are closed book. Closed book refers to all resources, including but not limited to books, notes, classmates, cell phones, and the web. The student may expect that unless otherwise stated in the instructions all quizzes are open book. Open book refers to all resources, including but not limited to books, notes, classmates, cell phones, and the web. University Polices Any above policy that is more exacting than those listed below supersede those below. Disability Services at Western New Mexico University Services for students with disabilities are provided through the Academic Support Center s Disability Services Office in the Juan Chacon Building, Room 220. Some examples of the assistance provided are: audio materials for the blind or dyslexic, note takers, readers, campus guides, audio recorders, a quiet testing area, and undergraduate academic tutors. In order to qualify for these services, documentation must be provided by qualified professionals on an annual basis. Disability Services forms are available in the Academic Support Center. The Disability Services Office, in conjunction with the Academic Support Center, serves as Western New Mexico University's liaison for students with disabilities. The Academic Support Center s Disability Services Office can be contacted by phone at or e mail at Communication Policy Statement regarding official WNMU s policy requires that all official communication be sent via Mustang Express. As a result, all s related to your enrollment at WNMU and class communication including changes in 2011 Gerald A. Burgess and Western New Mexico University Page 9 of 10

10 assignments and grades will be sent to your wnmu.edu address. It is very important that you access your Mustang Express e mail periodically to check for correspondence from the University. If you receive most of your at a different address you can forward your messages from Mustang Express to your other address. Example: Martin Classmember was assigned a WNMU address of but Martin would rather receive his s at his home address of Martin would follow the direction provided at WNMU Policy on Passwords WNMU requires that passwords for access to all of the protected software, programs, and applications will be robust, including complexity in the number of characters required, the combination of characters required, and the frequency in which passwords are required to be changed. Minimum complexity shall include: Passwords shall contain at least six (6) characters. Passwords shall contain at least one capital (upper case) letter, and at least one symbol (numbers and characters such # $ % & *). Passwords shall be changed at least every 90 days. (8/6/08) Academic Integrity Policy and Procedures Each student shall observe standards of honesty and integrity in academic work completed at WNMU. Students may be penalized for violations of the Academic Integrity policy. Please refer to the Academic Integrity section in the current WNMU Catalog. Penalties for infractions of academic integrity in this class are noted in a like named section above. Copyright The materials found in this course are only for the use of students enrolled in this course for purposes associated with this course and may not be retained by students in any electronic form or further disseminated to anyone not enrolled in this course Gerald A. Burgess and Western New Mexico University Page 10 of 10

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