Division of Mathematics, Engineering Technologies and Computer Sciences — Curriculum Code: 3324
Will Earn Upon Program Completion: Academic Certificate
Database administrators are the creative minds behind computer programs. They use specialized software to store, organize data, and generate various reports by querying from databases. The Bureau of Labor Statistics forecasts that the demand for database administrators will increase by 15% from 2012 to 2022 due to the large increase in the demand for data needs of companies across the economy. The Database System Administration academic certificate program introduces students to the fundamentals of database management technology, design, development, and administration. Students will gain experience working in distributed, client-server, desktop and virtualized environments. The Database System Administration certificate program is a one-year certificate program offering a mixture of general education, professional courses, and technical experiences at local facilities. Successful completion helps students prepare for important information technology (IT) professional certificates such as MCSA and SQL Server certification.