Oracle Developer

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    Certificate of Proficiency (CP)

  • Overview


    Certificate of Proficiency in Oracle Developer is a 30-credit-hour program that prepares students for careers as Oracle database developers. This program is designed for individuals who are interested in developing skills to create and manage an Oracle database. Students gain knowledge and practical experience needed to design, develop, program, implement and administer Oracle databases.

    Oracle Developer is an option within the Information Systems program. More information regarding this program can be found in the Information Systems program.

  • Career Opportunities


    Job Resources

    • For information on the job outlook in the oracle developer profession, visit the Bureau of Labor Statistics, and search specific job titles. Also available: information on median pay, entry-level education, number of jobs and more.
    • To learn about the top openings in specific cities across Missouri visit the Missouri Economic Research and Information Center.
    • For specific real-time information on wages and job prospects in the STLCC region, visit STLCC Career Coach.
  • Program Curriculum


    Oracle Developer (AAS) 30 Credits

    Program Total: 30 credits
    IS:225 Database Management 3
    IS:257 Advanced Database Design 3
    IS:246 Visual Basic Programming (or)
    IS:227 C Programming (or)
    IS:251 Java Programming 3
    IS:133 Introduction to SQL 3
    IS:270 Oracle PL/SQL 3
    IS:272 Oracle Database Administration 3
    IS:271 Oracle User Interface Design 3
    IS:273 Oracle Design and Implementation 3
    IS:262 Advanced Software Development 3
    Choose ONE of the following electives: 3
    IS:259 Introduction to JavaScript
    IS:255 Advanced Visual Basic Programming
    IS:256 C++ Programming
    IS:250 Scripting for the Internet with Perl
  • Additional Information




    The Information Systems: Oracle Developer program is based at our Florissant Valley, Forest Park and Meramec campuses. Students may take general education classes toward this degree at any of our four campuses, our five education centers, and online.


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