Week 8 Assignment 2: Create an ERD (100 Points)
Database Design Diagram (ERD). The following videos and documents will assist you.
Suppose a local college has tasked you to develop a database that will keep track of students and the courses that they have taken. In addition to tracking the students and courses, the client wants the database to keep track of the instructors teaching each of the courses.
Database Design Diagram
Use any drawing package or any other application you know such as Visio, Word, PowerPoint, or another tool to create the Database Design Diagram. Otherwise, you may draw the diagram by hand with pen and paper. If you draw the diagram by hand, then take one or more pictures of the diagram with your cell phone or laptop camera, place the images into a Word document, and submit the document. Otherwise, if you use software to create the Database Design Diagram, then take one or more screen captures of the diagram, place the screen captures into a Word document, and submit the document. Submissions that are not in .doc or .docx format will not be graded.
For each student, the college needs to track the student ID, student names, addresses, start date, phone numbers and types (such as mobile, home, work), email addresses and types (such as personal, school, work), gender, and birth date.
For each course, the college needs to track the course ID, course name, department, quarters offered, sections, and instructor teaching each course.
For each instructor, the college needs to track the instructor ID, name, address, phone numbers and types (such as mobile, home, work), email addresses and types (such as personal, school, work), gender, birth date, and the courses that each instructor is qualified to teach. Additionally, the college needs to track the final grades for each student after each course has completed.