About This Chapter
1. Microsoft Certified Database Administrator (MCDA) Certification
Microsoft certifications are generally optional credentials used to demonstrate proficiency in specific areas for career enhancement purposes. Continue reading for an overview of the requirements for certification, as well as job growth and salary info for a few career options for certified professionals.
2. Database Administrator Certification: Certificate Program Overview
Database administrator certificate programs are available at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. Through careful study and completion of these programs, graduates are qualified for careers like database managers or architects, and systems analysts.
3. Bachelor in Database Management: Program Information
While database management isn't often offered as an undergraduate major, Bachelor of Science degrees in either computer information systems or information technology may have a database management specialty or minor.
4. Masters Degree In Database Management: Program Information
While there are no master's degree programs specifically in database management, it is available as a concentration within a larger MS program. Learn more about these programs, including prerequisites, coursework, and future prospects for graduates.
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