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Which are the pre-requisites for Enterprise Architect Certification?

 
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Hello,

In this link Enterprise Architect Certification Overview no prequisites are pointed.

Is my undertanding correct? I can go through the Enterprise Architect path without any pre-requisite like OCP SE and OCP EE?
 
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That link says that those courses are prerequisites for sitting the exam.
 
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Sorry, I will improve the question.

Is NOT OCP SE Java 8/11 and OCP EE 7 pre-requisites for Enterprise Architect Certification?
 
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Look at the link you posted again. I can't see any such requirement there.
 
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Thank you!

I also cant see. But in my understanding OCP SE and OCP EE should be a pre-requisite for EA. Because of this I asked "to confirm my understanding".

By the way, a possible reason for OCP SE and OCP EE not to be an pre-requisite is because the courses is more expensive than those certifications and Oracle wants to make more money.
 
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Bruno Gcarneiro wrote:Thank you!

That's a pleasure.

. . . Oracle wants to make more money.

Maybe. But it is probably more expensive to pay somebody to deliver a course than to pay a machine to administer an exam.
 
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