SISTEM INFORMASI AKADEMIK PROGRAM STUDI SISTEM KOMPUTER BERBASIS VISUAL BASIC 6.0
Academic Information System is built to address directly the problem and the need for
universities to academic management quickly and accurately. Academic Information Systems at the
University of Computer Studies Program Surakarta is still manual, including student database,
collection, processing subjects and values. Under these conditions required the existence of an
information system design technology to minimize constraints on information systems manual.
Academic Information System is built using the programming language Visual Basic 6.0, while
the database using Microsoft Office Access 2007. Chronology of Academic Information Systems
program design begins with collecting data, database design, designing queries, designing an
application in Visual Basic 6.0, compile the source code in visual basic 6.0, the output design
applications with crystall report and compile the source code in crystall report.
Academic Information System Study Program Computer Systems built containing information
about KRS and student database. Academic Information System is implemented in the Program of
Computer System Studies University Surakarta. The output of Academic Information Systems built
already meet the standards required in the study program.
Keywords: academic information system, Visual Basic 6.0, Microsoft Office Access 2007,
Department of Computer Systems
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