|Responsible unit:||Department of Informatics Engineering|
|Course/CS Responsible:||Master in Bioengineering|
|Acronym||No. of Students||Study Plan||Curricular Years||Credits UCN||Credits ECTS||Contact hours||Total Time|
The unit aims at revisit the learning outcome of databases and web languages and technologies, providing a practical perspective on this core areas of computer engineering.
In this course, the students will learn how to design and develop web-based information systems backed by database management systems.
After completing this course, the student will be able to:
Databases: data modelling with UML, relational model, SQL language.
The lectures will be used for presentation of the scripts of the work and representative examples and their discussion, analysis of assessments and brief introductions to the technologies they use. The practical classes will be used for laboratory project development as a group project with the teacher as a consultant.
|Elaboração de projeto||87,00|
|Frequência das aulas||75,00|
The practical work will be assessed during the laboratory classes, through the delivery of the artifacts.
The theoretical concepts are evaluated using an individual questionnaire with multiple choice questions.
The approval for the course is conditional on the student obtaining 40% in the individual response questionnaire and 50% in each of the components of the practical assessment.
A student that does not participate in an evaluation component may have an assessment to that component different from the group to which he belongs.
Given the laboratory nature of the course, it is not possible to make an overall evaluation based on a single moment and therefore the practical work can not be replaced by a single exam.
Classification = 80% NP + 20% NI
NP = 20% ER + 20% EBD + 20% EAP + 40% PA
The final classification of the practical component (NP) can vary from element to element in the same group, plus or minus 2 values, based on the opinion of the teachers and the self-assessment performed by each group.
The project evaluation, conducted in a group, is the same for all students regardless of enrollment regime.
Students exempted from classes must agree regular meetings with teachers to keep up with the practical work. Regarding the final presentation and the individual assessments, the rules are the same as for the regular students.