SQL Server & Databases Curriculum

SQL Server & Databases

This curriculum is offered in these locations and formats

Women+ STL KC Part-Time In-Person Virtual
Students learn the basics of SQL, advanced queries, stored procedures, and reporting services. SQL (Structured Query Language) is great for someone who is interested in working with databases, including non-programmers looking to improve their business intelligence skills or programmers looking to build and manipulate databases for their applications. Learners create their own custom database over the course of the class, using SQL, SSRS and SSMS to construct a tool with dashboards and a clear design.

What You Need to Know

Students will need access to a laptop to participate in the course. While LaunchCode does not provide laptops to people who are in the process of applying, we can explore resources with our enrolled learners if they are unable to replace a laptop that stops functioning during class. (For affordable laptop and wifi access, we recommend looking into PCS FOR PEOPLE, CONNECT ALL, and the AFFORDABLE CONNECTIVITY PROGRAM). Chromebooks and tablets will not be sufficient for use in this course. A PC with Windows 10 is required for this class. Please apply all system upgrades before coming to class. 

Although this course is free, it is challenging and requires commitment. Outside of class, you are expected to spend 5-10 hours per week doing readings, watching videos, working on practice problems, and completing assignments. No previous coding experience is required for this class.

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You Will Need

  • A laptop computer with Windows 10 (sorry, no Chromebooks, tablets, or Mac computers)
  • Reliable access to the internet (local public libraries provide free wifi on location, and may also offer reservable hotspots) 
  • To attend instructor-led class sessions each week
  • For part-time classes, 5-10 hours outside of class time each week to work on class material

Main Topics Covered

  • Design and create databases
  • Use SQL queries to create, update and delete records in a database and create stored procedures
  • SQL Server and database management
  • Career readiness skills, including resume review and behavioral and technical interview prep 

Jobs This Can Lead To

  • SQL Developer
  • Database Administrator
  • Business Intelligence Developer
  • Business Analyst

Special Course Designations

We believe that these opportunities should be available to anyone with the passion, drive, and aptitude to learn them. In order to support increasing diversity within the field of technology, we offer some classes specifically targeted toward groups of individuals who are underrepresented in the field of technology. For example, courses marked with the audience tag Women+ are held specifically for women and people of marginalized genders.

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