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SQL Server Certificate (4 Class Series)  

Gain hands-on experience in the design, creation and programming of SQL server databases as they exist in business settings. After completing the certificate you will be able to create entity relationship models, design and create a working database model in SQL, normalize data, and translate business requirements into actionable items. The Certificate may be earned by taking the courses individually or register for the series and save. Prerequisite: basic computer skills and Windows proficiency; highly recommended: Excel, Access or other database experience.

Recommended Textbook (may be purchased from Amazon):

The Definitive Guide to DAX: Business intelligence with Microsoft Excel, SQL Server Analysis Services, and Power BI (Business Skills), 1st Edition; ISBN-13: 978-0735698352

Certificate includes (45 total hours):

  • Business Intelligence Essentials – 9 hours
  • SQL Programming Level 1 – 15 hours
  • SQL Programming Level 2 – 12 hours
  • SQL Server Certificate Capstone – 9 hours (New!)

To receive the SQL Server Certificate, students must attend 80% of each certificate course.

Note: Please bring a USB flash drive (minimum 2 GB) to class so you can save your work.

Looking to take your SQL Server skills to the next level? Consider our new Data Analyst Certificate where you will utilize your SQL Server knowledge to transform your data into useful information. Program launches winter 2019. Read more about it at greenriver.edu/ceCertificates (after July 1, 2018).

 

SQL Server Certificate (4 Class Series)  Class already in session...
ID: Y472 5/1/2018 - 6/12/2018
Location: Kent Campus
Address: 417 Ramsay Way, Suite 112, Kent, WA 98032-4501
Fee: $739.00 Instructor: Anand Injeti
Please Note: The course dates for this program have changed and do not match what was listed in our Spring CE publication. The program is now scheduled on Tuesdays and Thursdays, May 1 through June 7.