Program in Bioinformatics & Proteomics/Genomics

DATABASE MANAGEMENT SELECTIVES

DATA BASE MANAGEMENT SELECTIVES
The Database Management Selective will be selected from the following courses offered by various departments at UT and BGSU.  The course selected will depend on availability, scheduling and student background.  Note that tuition for courses designated as undergraduate courses will have to be paid for by the student.

BGSU Dept. of Computer Science

(BGSU) CS 562. DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS (3). Fall. Semantic models for conceptual and logical design of databases. Detailed study of relational systems: design, dependency, and normal forms. Use of interactive and embedded query languages. Overview of topics such as database connectivity, security, and object-oriented systems. Prerequisites: Admission to MS in CS program, or consent of department, plus CS 202 or equivalent.

UT Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

(UT) EECS 5560 DATABASE SYSTEMS I  [3 hours] The following topics are covered: relational database modeling, query languages, design issues and implementation issued of databases. An appropriate database language is introduced and used to demonstrate principles. Prerequisite: EECS 1510

(UT) EECS 5570 DATABASE SYSTEMS II  [3 hours] The emphasis of this course is on database recovery techniques, integrity constraints and concurrency control. The similarities and differences between distributed, networked, client/server and object oriented database systems are also investigated. Prerequisite: EECS 5560

UT Department of Information Technology, Marketing, E-Commerce & Sales

(UT) INFS 4620 INFORMATION STORAGE, RETRIEVAL AND DATA STRUCTURES [3 hours] Information structures and their implementation are studied. Data and file design methodologies to assist in information systems development is emphasized. Data structure implementation on contemporary computing platforms is covered. Prerequisite: INFS 3150

UT Department of Business & Innovation

(UT) CMPT 1420 DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS APPLICATIONS [2 hours] An analysis of the use of a DBMS in solving business problems with an emphasis on the entering, updating, manipulating, storing and retrieving of information. Prerequisite: CMPT 1100 or 1020

(UT) CMPT 2210 DATABASE DESIGN  [3 hours] Focused study of data structures and database management systems. Topics will include data modeling and data design methodologies. Prerequisite: CMPT 1020 or CMPT 1100

ELECTIVES FALL

            BMSP6380         Intro. to Methods in Biomedical Sciences, 1cr, Dr.Smas

            BIPG6890          Independent Study in BPG,1-12cr, (BPG faculty)

            PUBH6130         Molecular Epidemiology, 3cr, Dr.Khuder

            Molecular Evolution - New/resurrected course by Scott Rogers (BGSU)

ELECTIVES SPRING

              BIPG6890          Independent Study in BPG, 1-12cr, (BPG faculty)

ELECTIVES SUMMER

             CHEM6940        BGSU BIOINFORMATICS & MOLECULAR MODELING, 2cr, 
                                     (Neocles Leontis)  Taught on last two weekends in June (Fri. 2-10,
                                      Sat. 10-6, Sun. 8-noon)

             CHEM6940       WORKSHOP ON CURRENT TOPICS IN CHEMISTRY (1-4)
                                     On demand.  Workshop on current topics and issues within
                                      discipline; topics vary from semester to semester.

“BIOINFORMATICS”
Gabor Szekely (BGSU) every even summer mainly for math/stats students
Last Updated: 6/26/15