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CMPU 375 - Networks


1 unit(s)
Provides an introduction to the design of network-based applications. Topics include Internet protocols, client/server-based paradigms (including peer-to-peer), relational database design, data normalization techniques, SQL, and security. Web-based applications provide an infrastructure and motivation for the intersection of networks and database systems. Programming assignments and projects emphasize key concepts.

Prerequisite: CMPU 203  or permission of the instructor.

Two 75-minute periods.



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