This course is designed to teach students how to effectively design, develop, and manage databases using SQL. The course covers the fundamental concepts of SQL, including database design, query optimization, and management of data. Students will also learn advanced concepts such as database security, backup and recovery, and performance tuning.


Upon completion of this course, students will be able to:

  • Design and develop effective databases using SQL.
  • Write complex SQL queries to retrieve and manipulate data.
  • Optimize database performance through indexing and query tuning.
  • Manage database security and backup and recovery.
  • Understand advanced database concepts such as transactions and data warehousing.
  • Create and modify database objects using SQL.

Associated Certification

Students who complete this course will be prepared to take the Microsoft SQL Server certification exam (70-461: Querying Microsoft SQL Server). This certification is highly valued by employers in the field of database management.

Job Prospects

Completing this course will prepare students for a career in database administration, data analysis, or database development. Potential job titles include database administrator, database developer, data analyst, and business intelligence analyst. With the increasing demand for data analysis in the tech industry, these positions are in high demand and offer competitive salaries.

Pre-requisites: None

Duration: 2 months (part-time); 5 days (full-time), Full access to recorded lecture; Practice questions

Lecture Format: Online/Virtual Class ONLY

For Whom: Anyone interested in IT Career and requires solid background.