WPI Graduates Six Students from Oracle Developer Certificate Program
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE/July 24, 2002
Contact: WPI Media Relations, 508-831-5616
Southborough, MA - July 24, 2002 - On June 20, 2002, Worcester Polytechnic Institute awarded six students certificates for completing its Oracle Developer Program. The students completed their studies at the WPI MetroWest Technical Education Center in Southborough, Mass.
Receiving certificates were:
|Annika Christina Adams||Falmouth, Mass.|
|Brendan Joseph Costello||Brookline, Mass.|
|William R. Manley||Medway, Mass.|
|Carolyn Jack||Natick, Mass.|
|Anna Tsaur||Southborough, Mass.|
|Richard Donovan||Gardner, Mass.|
WPI's Oracle Certificate Program offers two tracks: Database Administration and Database Application Developer. In the Database Administration Track students learn how to confront realistic failure and recovery, tuning and troubleshooting cases. The Developer Tack builds experience in data modeling, PL/SQL programming, Oracle Forms and Oracle Reports.
Students enjoy the flexibility of completing the Oracle Developer program in nine weeks (full-time) or in 28 weeks (part-time) at WPI's Southborough or Waltham campuses. A variety of student loans are available.
For more information on this and other information technology certificate programs offered by WPI's Division of Continuing and Professional Education at its MetroWest and Waltham campuses, call (800) WPI-9717 or visit www.ce.wpi.edu.