INFO261 Relational Databases with MS Access: Advanced (3 semester hours)

This course focuses on developing Microsoft Access Switchboard applications; it includes: designing and building form and report interfaces, interfacing the Access database to a web page, building dynamic web pages, integrating Access with other Office applications such as Excel, building pivot tables and charts, categorizing the various types of join operations, examining the rudiments of the Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) code, debugging VBA code, creating macros and functions, and designing Access applications. Students must have access to Microsoft Access software. This software is not provided by the course material grant and must be purchased/provided by the student. Course software requirements with the appropriate versions are listed under the course materials site. Note for Mac Users: Access 2013 does not work on Mac OS. APUS recommends using Windows OS on Mac. If Mac OS must be used it is recommended to install Windows on Parallels (purchased separately) and install Access 2013 on the Windows OS via Parallels. Note for Mac Users: Access 2013 does not work on Mac OS. APUS recommends using Windows OS on Mac. If Mac OS must be used it is recommended to install Windows on Parallels (purchased separately) and install Access 2013 on the Windows OS via Parallels.