ACCC Offers Training for Microsoft Systems Engineers
September 27, 2007Atlantic Cape Community College is offering computer and technology professionals a chance to become certified in one of today's the most in-demand occupations. Classes are forming now for Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer and Microsoft Certified Systems Administrator, Microsoft Corporation's professional skill certifications for networking professionals.
Students who complete either tract will be prepared to take exams required for certification as a network engineer. Upon successful completion of the exams, students will be certified as MCSE, MCSA or MCP (Microsoft Certified Professional). The cost of two Microsoft certification exams is included. Additionally, students who complete the MCSE Tract are eligible for up to 25 college credits toward an ACCC degree.
The MCSE Tract is 375 hours of training and costs $5,225. The MCSA tract is 240 hours and costs $3,345. Classes in both tracts meet three evenings a week.
To register, call (609) 343-5650, 625-1111 or 463-4774, ext. 5650, in Cape May County. Additional information is available at www.atlantic.edu/conted/classes/careerTraining/mcsa.htm.