Do you have a strong desire to learn and a love of new technology? A career in Database Management and Administration may be a good match for you. Remington College’s Database Management and Administration degree program covers a range of fundamental skills and training in data organization, storage, integration and analysis. Over the course of the program, students will study the ins and outs of database management systems while using industry-relevant programs and technology.
Database administrators may find employment in a variety of workplace environments, including small businesses and large corporate firms. Duties often include database security, installation and configuration; user creation and maintenance; backups and recovery; reporting and querying; installation and configuration; and performance optimization.
Graduates may pursue entry-level careers in IT, data management, data security, database design, database management, data mapping, and object-oriented programming. Many industries anticipate an increased need for qualified workers in this growing field over the next decade and beyond
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Our mission is to help prepare graduates for entry-level employment by providing them with practical, hands-on training. We are in regular contact with Cleveland-area employers to make sure that the training we offer is current and in demand. We invite employers to the Campus to review our facilities, equipment, courses and programs.
The Database Management and Administration program prepares students to enter an exciting field with skills to support the data needs of small to large organizations. Students will be trained in organization, storage, integration, retrieval and analysis of data. This program also includes training in database designing, building, managing, system troubleshooting and report generation. Students are introduced to the role requirements of database administrators, the internal structures and architectures of database management systems, the implementation of data security and integrity measures, and the assessment of data usage and availability on the web and within internal business systems. Students will be trained on how to utilize standard business principles to perform database applications, enhance the practices of the company or organization to remain competitive in a technology driven economy.
If you have an analytical mind, excellent troubleshooting skills and are looking for challenging and diverse career opportunities, then a degree in Database Management and Administration may open up a world of opportunities in the growing field of information technology.
Database Administration graduates will likely find favorable job prospects in a number of industries in the tech sector and beyond. Database administrators are in high demand as many businesses have trouble finding qualified employees to meet their needs. Career destinations include, but are not limited to, the following:
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