SQL – Intermediate/Advanced Concepts
This course is for people who know how to write SQL statements, but want to master joins. Learn all the different ways you can use sub-queries. Try your hand at some very tough problems and think outside the box! This course starts where the SQL Introduction course ends.
UWM’s SCE computer lab provides a hands-on learning environment that includes training from an instructor with real-world experience.
Hannah Goodman builds custom database applications. She earned her master’s degree in computer science from UWM in 1986. Hannah worked for the Medical College of Wisconsin as a systems analyst, designing databases, writing custom programs and performing statistical analysis. In ... read more
Who Should Attend
Students who have taken the SQL Introduction class or the equivalent and are looking to solve very complicated problems
Benefits and Learning Outcomes
After completing this course you will be able to solve more complicated problems, beyond the introductory level, through hands-on experience. You will have considerably more experience and understanding of joins.
SQL Joins – Topics Include:
- Extensive review of Inner and Outer Joins
- Using the same table more than once in a join
- Full outer joins
- Subqueries using IN
- Subqueries with All, Some and Any
- Subqueries with Exists
- Subqueries as Columns
- Not and And Problems
- Condition Testing
- Unlinked Data and Driver Tables
SQL Introduction or the equivalent
"Firstly, a big thank you and a great job working with our group! The size of the class was really beneficial for individual attention. The course work was extremely challenging (in a good way) and I think the exercises in the book will be perfect for keeping my skills sharp." — Student, 2014
All sessions are Face-to-Face unless otherwise noted.
Date: Tue.-Wed., Mar 27-28
Location: UWM School of Continuing Education
Instructor: Hannah Goodman
Enrollment Limit: 20
Program Number: 5070-10601
Registration Deadline: Tue., Mar. 27