Instructor Class

The columns in the Instructor View are used to define the attributes for the tentative Instructor Class definition, which is shown in the diagram below.

Note that although the process for defining the Instructor and Professor classes was the same, the actual definition differs because the Professor View and the Instructor View use different data. The Professor View has Tenure Date but the Instructor View does not. See the Professor View.

Instructor Class

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