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Oracle Academy

The global economy is a reality - as a technology leader, Oracle is a major player. With increased competition for jobs, the competitive bar is now raised for students preparing to enter the workforce.

Through the Introduction to Computer Science option, the Oracle Academy offers students the opportunity to learn technology and business skills required for 21st century careers. Oracle designed this program so that it is relevant, accessible and as easy as possible for schools to implement. All of this allows schools to deliver quality technology courses, making a difference in the future of students around the world.

Oracle Academy offers

  • project-based, hands on curriculum that gives students real world experiences
  • an online programming environment - no software downloads necessary
  • certification opportunities such as Oracle Certified Associate and SQL Certified Expert

ECC offers

  • DA160 Oracle Programming I - Database Design
  • DA161 Oracle Programming II - SQL Programming   

(DA160 and DA161 can be taken concurrently)
Take 1st part of OCA certification exam or take the SQL Expert certification exam.

  • DA262 PL/SQL Programming I
  • DA263 PL/SQL Programming II

Take 2nd half of OCA certification exam and become an Oracle Certified Associate.

These courses can also be used towards an Information Technology AAS degree.

For more information, contact Lisa Palombo at or at (716) 270-2669.

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James Stranz
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South Campus
(716) 851-1737


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