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Most books on Accounting Information Systems include chapters on Entity relationship diagrams (ERD) and on normalization of databases. These concepts have to be taught within a framework on topics that include Enterprise Systems, E-business, and Internal Controls. This paper discusses how the concepts of ERD and normalization were introduced and used together to design a database in a graduate-level accounting information class at a southeastern university. The course made use of Oracle's Datadoi:10.48009/1_iis_2017_148-155 fatcat:tyvup3fzevcahkntanumxgcvmm