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I.    Project Description
In your first homework, you were asked to design a database that stores some information about a university. Many of you have done an excellent job. Figure 1 shows an ER diagram that is among some good ones.

Figure 1. ER-diagram
This project is to implement the above design using a relational data model. Specifically, you are asked to write the following SQL scripts.

1.    CreateTables.sql [Points: 15]
This script creates the following tables. Each table must be created with the table name, attribute names and corresponding types and length as specified. Also, make sure to specify primary key, candidate key and foreign key (if any), accordingly.
    students
a)    Attribute, type and length: snum: integer, ssn: integer, name: varchar(10), gender: varchar(1), dob: datetime, c_addr: varchar(20), c_phone: varchar(10), p_addr: varchar(20), p_phone: varchar(10)
b)    Primary key: ssn
c)    Candidate key: snum
d)    Foreign key: N/A
    departments
a)    Attribute, type and length: code: integer, name: varchar(50), phone: varchar(10), college: varchar(20)
b)    Primary key: code
c)    Candidate key: name
d)    Foreign key: N/A
    degrees
a)    Attribute, type and length: name: varchar(50), level: varchar(5), department_code: integer
b)    Primary key: name, level
c)    Candidate key: N/A
d)    Foreign key: department_code refers to code in table departments
    courses
a)    Attribute, type and length: number: integer, name: varchar(50), description: varchar(50), credithours: integer, level: varchar(20), department_code: integer
b)    Primary key: number
c)    Candidate key: name
d)    Foreign key: department_code refers to code in table departments
    register
a)    Attribute, type and length: snum: integer, course_number: integer, regtime: varchar(20), grade: integer
b)    Primary key: snum, course_number
c)    Candidate key: N/A
d)    Foreign key: snum refers to snum in table students, course_number refers to number in table courses
    major
a)    Attribute, type and length: snum: integer, name: varchar(50), level: varchar(5)
b)    Primary key: snum, name, level
c)    Candidate key: N/A
d)    Foreign key: snum refers to snum in table students, name & level refer to name & level in table degrees
    minor
a)    Attribute, type and length: snum: integer, name: varchar(50), level: varchar(5)
b)    Primary key: snum, name, level
c)    Candidate key: N/A
d)    Foreign key: snum refers to snum in table students, name & level refer to name & level in table degrees

2.    InsertRecords.sql [Points: 15]
This script inserts the following records to the appropriate tables created by CreateTables.sql.

    students

snum    ssn    name    gender    dob    c_addr    c_phone    p_addr    p_phone
1001    654651234    Randy    M    2000/12/01    301 E Hall    5152700988    121 Main    7083066321
1002    123097834    Victor    M    2000/05/06    270 W Hall    5151234578    702 Walnut    7080366333
1003    978012431    John    M    1999/07/08    201 W Hall    5154132805    888 University    5152012011
1004    746897816    Seth    M    1998/12/30    199 N Hall    5158891504    21 Green    5154132907
1005    186032894    Nicole    F    2001/04/01    178 S Hall    5158891155    13 Gray    5157162071
1006    534218752    Becky    F    2001/05/16    12 N Hall    5157083698    189 Clark    2034367632
1007    432609519    Kevin    M    2000/08/12    75 E Hall    5157082497    89 National    7182340772

    departments

z    name    phone    college
401    Computer Science    5152982801    LAS
402    Mathematics    5152982802    LAS
403    Chemical Engineering    5152982803    Engineering
404    Landscape Architect    5152982804    Design

    degrees

name    level    department_code
Computer Science    BS    401
Software Engineering    BS    401
Computer Science    MS    401
Computer Science    PhD    401
Applied Mathematics    MS    402
Chemical Engineering    BS    403
Landscape Architect    BS    404

    major

snum    name    level
1001    Computer Science    BS
1002    Software Engineering    BS
1003    Chemical Engineering    BS
1004    Landscape Architect    BS
1005    Computer Science    MS
1006    Applied Mathematics    MS
1007    Computer Science    PhD

    minor

snum     name     level
1007    Applied Mathematics    MS
1005    Applied Mathematics    MS
1001    Software Engineering    BS

    courses

number    name    description    credithours    level    department_code
113    Spreadsheet    Microsoft Excel and Access    3    Undergraduate    401
311    Algorithm    Design and Analysis    3    Undergraduate    401
531    Theory of Computation    Theorem and Probability     3    Graduate    401
363    Database    Design Principle    3    Undergraduate    401
412    Water Management    Water Management    3    Undergraduate    404
228    Special Topics    Interesting Topics about CE    3    Undergraduate    403
101    Calculus    Limit and Derivative    4    Undergraduate    402

    register

snum    course_number    regtime    grade
1001    363    Fall2020    3
1002    311    Fall2020    4
1003    228    Fall2020    4
1004    363    Spring2021    3
1005    531    Spring2021    4
1006    363    Fall2020    3
1007    531    Spring2021    4

3.    Query.sql [Points: 55]
This script prints out the following information
1)    The student number and ssn of the student whose name is “Becky”
2)    The major name and major level of the student whose ssn is 123097834
3)    The names of all courses offered by the department of Computer Science
4)    All degree names and levels offered by the department Computer Science
5)    The names of all students who have a minor
6)    The number of students who have a minor
7)    The names and snums of all students enrolled in course “Algorithm”
8)    The name and snum of the oldest student
9)    The name and snum of the youngest student
10)    The name, snum and SSN of the students whose name contains letter “n” or “N”
11)    The name, snum and SSN of the students whose name does not contain letter “n” or “N”
12)    The course number, name and the number of students registered for each course
13)    The name of the students enrolled in Fall2020 semester.
14)    The course numbers and names of all courses offered by Department of Computer Science
15)    The course numbers and names of all courses offered by either Department of Computer Science or Department of Landscape Architect.
4.    ModifyRecords.sql [10]
This script modify the following information
1)    Change the name of the student with ssn = 746897816 to Scott
2)    Change the major of the student with ssn = 746897816 to Computer Science, Master.
3)    Delete all registration records that were in “Spring2021”,
5.    DropTables.sql [5]
This script deletes all tables.

Submission Instruction
Submit all your scripts to your Canvas account. Be sure to name your scripts as required, i.e., CreateTables.sql, InsertRecords.sql, Query.sql, ModifyRecords.sql, DropTables.sql.

II.    Developing and Testing Your Code

Use MySQL server and MySQL Workbench (client) to develop and test your code. You can download MySQL server at https://dev.mysql.com/downloads/windows/installer/5.7.html, and MySQL Workbench at https://dev.mysql.com/downloads/workbench. You may need to cut and paste the two links to your browser. After you get the installation files, install them on your computer. Make sure that you download the version that correctly matches you operating system. Follow this link (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OWfq_JlvJxM ) to specify connection parameters and create a connection.