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Because data storage and analytics are central to all businesses, demand is booming for database developers and administrators. With the ever-increasing amounts of data being collected and analyzed, students pursing careers in database administration are seeing explosive growth in this growing field of information security.  AACC's noncredit courses will help you develop and refine your skills in this area. The following courses are offered throughout the year.  For upcoming course dates, times, locations and cost, click on the course numbers below.

Database Administration

CTU-318 Relational Databases and SQL 

CTU-319 PL/SQL Programming

CTU-320 Database Administration 1

Database Design and Development

Traditional/Face-to-Face Format 

Microsoft Access: Introduction

Microsoft Access: Advanced

CTR-358 Introduction to Database Design

Online Course Options

OLA-314 Introduction to Microsoft Access 2010

OLA-319 Intermediate Microsoft Access 2010

OLA-373 Introduction to Microsoft Access 2013

OLA-374 Intermediate Microsoft Access 2013

OLT-354 Introduction to Microsoft Access 2016

OLT-360 Microsoft Access 2016 – Intermediate

OLI-329 Introduction to Database Development

OLN-392 Introduction to Oracle

ONL-377 Intermediate Oracle

OLN-391 Introduction to Structured Query Language (SQL)

OLA-308 Intermediate Structured Query Language (SQL)

OLI-339 Introduction to PHP and MySQL

OLI-340 Intermediate PHP and MySQL

OLI-399 Introduction to Crystal Reports

Students can also participate in online-LIVE courses meeting real time with other students and an instructor virtually, simulating a face to face environment, allowing students the flexibility of working on their own computer or mobile device anywhere with an internet connection.

AACC offers a variety of online-LIVE courses in partnership with New Horizons Learning Centers including:

  • Introduction to Database Design.
  • Introduction to SQL Databases.
  • Developing SQL Databases.
  • Provisioning SQL Databases.
  • Administering a SQL Database Infrastructure.
  • Maintaining a Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 Database.
  • Relational Database Design - A Practical Approach.

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In order to meet the needs of the community, we continuously develop new trainings and courses. Call us at 410-777-1353 to inquire about any additional courses.

Our online courses can be scheduled on-demand to serve students who are seeking training on less in-demand topics or who have schedules that demand alternatives to our face-to-face schedules.

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