1.Students develop their projects along with their database concepts gained through the semester. Students are required to useMS Access, SQL-Server, My SQL, Oracle, orany other DBMS proved by the instructor to implement projects.
2. Students will be at the role of database developer and have freedom to choose/visualize the business to be modeled for their term projects. The work in progress is monitored by the instructor at each major phase, i.e., Initial Choice; Statement of current business operation; Preliminary investigation; Conceptual design; Detailed design; Coding; Debugging; and Implementation. Students are encouraged to discuss their projects with familiar business groups.
3. The term project isdue on 5/6/21.When students turn in term projects, they are required to include(1) business database analysis (introduction of business and your database design), (2) a user manual (a document for how to use your application), and (3) project files. Your project should have at least 5 minimal-third-normalized tables with 3 relationships and a few records in each table for the instructor to test. Zip all files and email me with subject line “term project”.
my theme for the project is:
1) I would like to do the project for an investment firm
2) Firm will have 1 banker and 3 agents and 50 customers. 10 new customers join every week and 2 customers leave every week. customers can invest up to $250,000 every month. customers can only withdraw a maximum of $50,000 a month.