INGE1311 - Computer science III
Teaching assistants :
Mode of delivery :
Face-to-face , second term, 30 hours of theory and 15 hours of exercises.
Friday from 10:45 to 12:45 at 119 Marais 1300
Language of instruction :
Learning outcomes :
The course focusses on the analysis, study and use, but also the design and criticism of information systems, including databases and ERP (enterprise resource planning) systems.
The course discusses UML and ER as modeling languages for conceptual modelling and analysis of information systems. Although UML is mainly used as a modelling language for object oriented software, the course is limited to the implementation of conceptual models through databases.
For the Bachelor : Business Engineering :
Course contents :
The following list is tentative and subjects may change during the semester.
The subjects will not necessarily be covered in the order shown below:
• Analysis of a problem statement
• Conceptual Modeling
• Class Diagram
• Design Patterns and Methods
• Relational models
• Database Implementation SQL DDL
• Database Management : SQL DML
Planned learning activities and teaching methods :
Ex cathedra presentations, training sessions and a project. The project involves the analysis, design and implementation of an information system with database technology.
Assessment methods and criteria :
Permanent evaluation (team project) + Oral exam (individual)
Recommended or required reading :
Bases de données, Concepts, utilisation et développement (Jean-Luc Hainaut)
ISBN : 978-2-10-057410-0
Other information :
Syllabus is available on eSaintlouis.