Data Modeling DARP-301

Course Name: Data Modeling
Course Number: DARP-301
Category: Information Technology & Computers
Description This course introduces data design and data modeling and the importance of how data behaves and what it means to an organization.

Data modeling uses symbols and text to precisely describe data and the relationships in business processes. You will understand the different types of data models and learn how data models help document requirements and define the system. Data models can be used with various tool sets such as Unified Modeling Language (UML) Class Diagrams, spreadsheets, or State Transition Diagrams.

Data modeling is understanding the data better so you can suggest compromises and understand the risk factors that accompany them. All of the models used in this course are designed with the purpose of simplifying complex information into real world designs.
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Associated Programs
7045 - Business Systems Analysis
Requires the following prerequisite(s):

BSAF-300 - Business Analysis Foundation
The prerequisite(s) listed above are strongly recommended in order to derive full benefit from the selected class, but not a requirement
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