Microsoft® Certified Professional credential is for
individuals who have the skills to successfully implement
a Microsoft product or technology as part of a business
solution in an organization. Hands-on experience with the
product is necessary to successfully achieve certification
For additional requirements to earn the Microsoft
Certified Professional credential please see
Please also take a look at "How to Become a Microsoft
Certified Professional," a six-minute NetShow
presentation, for an outline of the program basics.
Certified Professional (MCP) candidates are required to
pass one current Microsoft certification exam that
provides a valid and reliable measure of technical
proficiency and expertise (a current exam is any that has
not been retired). MCP exams are developed with the input
of professionals in the industry and reflect how Microsoft
products are used in organizations throughout the world.
The exams are administered by
independent testing organizations with locations
Students have the chance also to proceed the complete
Microsoft tracks as, MCSE, MCSD or MCDBA
The graduate student from this
project gains the following knowledge:
Pc Power user.
Pc Hardware specialist, A+
MS operating systems
Knowledge, A+ level
MS Office User Specialist,
MOUS level for the different components of MS OFFICE.
Good knowledge of programming
concepts and analysis.
Good knowledge of Relational
Data Base Modeling and Designing.
Achievement of Microsoft MCP
on the student selected field of specialization.
The graduated student has a
chance to achieve a Major Microsoft Certificate on summer
boot camps as he or she has more qualifications than the
prerequisites required by any Microsoft Major Certificate.