Students who select the Master of Science in Database Technologies will learn relational and object-relational database theory and implementation in concert with a study of the Oracle database management system. Graduates of this degree program are well equipped to work as database engineers and administrators in enterprise and Internet-based environments. Students will focus on online transaction processing and online analytical processing database systems with an emphasis on data security, integrity, and availability. A total of 36 credit hours are required to earn a Master of Science in Database Technologies Degree.
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