The program is initially a high school-focused, high-touch program, whereas OAI focuses on higher education institutions.
Oracle Academy expands its business applications offering with the addition of PeopleSoft.
The OAI and Oracle Academy programs are combined under a shared name of Oracle Academy with three offerings: Introduction to Computer Science (previously Oracle Academy), Advanced Computer Science (previously OAI), and Enterprise Business Applications (related to OAI).
Oracle Academy welcomes Sun Microsystems and the Sun Academic Initiative.
Oracle Academy consolidates its three offerings into a single program, and as a global philanthropic educational initiative, moves to entirely free for academic institutions.
Oracle Academy welcomes NetSuite and SuiteAcademy, helping business students attain knowledge and skills in the leading enterprise business areas of accounting and financial management, ERP, CRM, SCM, eCommerce, warehouse management and logistics.
Oracle Academy introduces the Member Hub state-of-the-art learning management system and a new website where members can log in for easy access.
Oracle Academy launches the Oracle Academy Cloud Program with access to Oracle Cloud Free Tier services including Oracle Autonomous Database, Compute Virtual Machines (VM), object storage, and other key tools.
To further help prepare civil engineering and construction project management students for careers, Oracle Academy launches Project Management Fundamentals curriculum centered around Primavera software.
Oracle Academy launches its online Career Center to help students access additional courses and connect curriculum to careers.
So that students can learn more about cloud from the cloud leader, Oracle Academy introduces Oracle Cloud Infrastructure I and II curriculum to accompany its cloud offering.
Oracle Academy celebrates 25 years of advancing technology education, skills, innovation, and diversity and inclusion globally, now in 130-plus countries.