An interactive information system has been developed for the Computer Engineering Department to promote faster and more accurate means of obtaining academic information on a student or a group of students. It was also developed to provide departmental administrative personnel with information to guide course scheduling. The system has the capability of providing the following information concerning undergraduate students enrolled in the Computer Engineering program of the College of Engineering, University of Central Florida. 1. Basic information about the student, such as, address, telephone number, classification, etc. 2. A student's completed and in-progress courses 3. The grade and other information, such as, equivalent transfer credits or UCD resident credits for each course 4. Name and social security number of all the students working under the same advisor 5. Name and social security number of all the students in the same year of college (classification) 6. Name and social security number of all students that have taken or are taking a certain course 7. Name and number of all students with the same classification taking the same course The system provides the user with the additional capabilities to: 1. Update the information in the student's record by interactive operation 2. Delete a student from the data base 3. Print the sorted name and social security numbers of all the students that have a record in the data base
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Master of Science (M.S.)
College of Engineering
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Masters Thesis (Open Access)
Behi, Farahzad, "An interactive information system for tracking student academic progress and aid in course scheduling" (1985). Retrospective Theses and Dissertations. 4816.