DBMS – MS SQL Server 2012

| November 17, 2015

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By now you should have an understanding of how relational databases work and how to use SQL to create and manipulate data. Now it’s time to put that knowledge into practice. For your semester project you are going to create a database that you might find a college. You will be building this database from the ground up so you have many decisions to make such as naming conventions, how to organize data, and what data types to use. I have included some sample data that should be included in your final design.

  • Deliverables:
    • Document “Relationship report” showing
      • Table names used in database
      • Table relationships
      • Keys
      • Table Fields names
      • Field Data types
      • Constraints
    • SQL (code) to create the following
      • Faculty contact list
      • Course Book List by Semester
      • Course Schedule by semester
      • Student Grade Report by semester
      • Faculty Semester grade report (number of A’s, B’s, C’s, D’s, F’s per course)
      • Student GPA report by semester and overall (semester and cumulative)
      • Mailing list for Diplomas
      • Student Demographics over time (how many were under 18 last year, this year)
    • Sample query output (at least 10 entries per query)
      • Faculty contact list
      • Course Book List by Semester
      • Course Schedule by semester
      • Student Grade Report by semester
      • Faculty Semester grade report (number of A’s, B’s, C’s, D’s, F’s per course)
      • Student GPA report by semester and overall (semester and cumulative)
      • Mailing list for Diplomas
      • Student Demographics over time (how many were under 18 last year, this year)

I have attached the current course catalog and course schedule to help you fill your database with sample data.

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