Who is this class for: Students with interest, but no experience in structured query language (SQL) or database design


Created by:  University of Michigan

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LevelIntermediate
Commitment8-10 hours per week
Language
English
Hardware ReqThe typical student will use a laptop or desktop computer running MacOX, Windows, or Linux.
How To PassPass all graded assignments to complete the course.
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Rated 4.7 out of 5 of 20 ratings

Useful, but not very challenging.

Very good course for someone wanting to understand web development and databases. Also, a good segway to someone who wants to start into product management. Also, the videos are very self-explanatory and easy to understand.

Efficient and friendly way to learn basics of SQL. I appreciate that phpMyAdmin was introduced but the course can also be followed from the command line (or a combination of both, which is what I did).

I have avoided MySQL for years. I finally found courage to face my monster. This course being my first course on SQL makes it look so simple for me. Loving it sooooo much