|Type of diploma||Attestation of Collegial Studies (ACS)|
|Program category||400 - Administrative techniques|
|Units to be completed for the diploma||28.66|
|Total duration||4 sessions|
|Total time to complete the diploma||915 hours|
|Number of internships offered||1|
|Duration of internship||255 hours|
Upon completion of the technical component, Database Administration students will gain a thorough understanding of database design and management. They will be able to update a database. They will also be able to provide support to individuals who use a database.
Upon graduation, students will be able to write data policies, standards, and database models. They will be able to write and implement data management policies. They will be able to install database administration software. They will be able to create and manage databases. Graduates will be able to evaluate the performance of a database and improve it if necessary.
Once students graduate, they will be able to work in any type of business that needs to manage data.
To learn more about the admission process, please go to the admissions tab for more information.
The Database Administration program consists of 28.66 units in total, spread over three terms. During the course of the program, the student must complete 285 hours of theoretical courses and 630 hours of practical courses, for a total of 915 hours. In order to graduate, the student must complete all of the courses listed below:
|Course Code||Course Name||Duration (hours)|
|420-BD2-GC||Job Functions of a Database Administrator||45|
|420-BD1-GC||Information Systems Analysis||60|
|420-BD5-GC||Advanced Database Programming||60|
|420-GP1-GC||IT Project Management||60|
|420-BD6-GC||Database Server Administration||60|
|420-BD8-GC||Network Application Installation||75|