Michael Mannino





PhD Business Administration, University of Arizona 1983

MS Management Information Systems, University of Arizona 1981

BBA Quantitative Analysis and Accounting, University of Cincinnati 1978

Courses Taught​:

Physical Design and Implementation with Database Management Systems ISMG4500

Database Management Systems ISMG6080

Website Development Practice and Technologies ISMG6240

Advanced Database Systems ISMG6480

Professional History

Academic Experience:

Co-Director, CSIS PhD Program, University of Colorado at Denver, 2002-present

Associate Professor, University of Colorado at Denver, 1997-present

Assistant Professor, University of Washington, 1991-97

Assistant Professor, University of Texas at Austin, 1985-91

Assistant Professor, University of Florida, 1983-85

Research Assistant, University of Arizona, 1980-81

Graduate Assistant, University of Arizona, 1978-80

Professional Experience:

Consultant to Unify Corporation, Sacramento, 1985, 1986

Systems Programmer, Computer Automation, Inc., 1982-83

Consultant in database design and software, 1980-81

Analyst-Programmer, Regional Computer Center, 1975-78

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Oct 24th 2016

This is the second course in the Data Warehousing for Business Intelligence specialization. Ideally, the courses should be taken in sequence. In this course, you will learn exciting concepts and skills for designing data warehouses and creating data integration workflows. These are fundamental skills for data warehouse developers and administrators. You will have hands-on experience for data warehouse design and use open source products for manipulating pivot tables and creating data integration workflows.

Average: 9 (2 votes)
Oct 24th 2016

Relational Database Support for Data Warehouses is the third course in the Data Warehousing for Business Intelligence specialization. In this course, you'll use analytical elements of SQL for answering business intelligence questions. You'll learn features of relational database management systems for managing summary data commonly used in business intelligence reporting.

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Oct 17th 2016

Database Management Essentials provides the foundation you need for a career in database development, data warehousing, or business intelligence, as well as for the entire Data Warehousing for Business Intelligence specialization. In this course, you will create relational databases, write SQL statements to extract information to satisfy business reporting requests, create entity relationship diagrams (ERDs) to design databases, and analyze table designs for excessive redundancy. As you develop these skills, you will use either Oracle or MySQL to execute SQL statements and a database diagramming tool such as the ER Assistant to create ERDs. We’ve designed this course to ensure a common foundation for specialization learners. Everyone taking the course can jump right in with writing SQL statements in Oracle or MySQL.

Average: 5.2 (12 votes)