Microsoft MCSA Certification Training - Network Technology and Systems Administration (NTSA) Department
New MCSA Certification Ranked #1 in Industry CertCities.com gives top honors to the Microsoft Certified Systems Administrator (MCSA) credential.
Upon completion of this program, students will be prepared for Microsoft certifications as an MCSA (Microsoft Certified System Administrator). “Microsoft Certified” next to your name means you meet Microsoft’s highest standards and tells employers you know your stuff. The MCSA credential proves that you have the skills to successfully implement, manage, and troubleshoot the ongoing needs of Microsoft Windows® 2003–based operating environments, including Windows .NET Server.
An MCSA candidate should have six to 12 months of experience working with a desktop operating system, a network operating system, and an existing network infrastructure.
MCSA candidates are required to pass three core exams and one elective exam. The following tables list the sequence of Ohlone courses that will prepare you for certification and identify the core and elective Microsoft exams that will lead you to certification:
|CNET-160A Windows XP Professional||16 weeks||2|
|CNET-162A Windows 2003 Server||8 weeks||2|
|CNET-162B Win3K Network Infrastructure||8 weeks||2|
|Choose one or either of these two courses:
|Microsoft Examination Requirements||Ohlone Microsoft Training Course|
|Core Examinations - 3||
|Pass Exam 70-290 Win3K Server||CNET-162A Windows 2003 Server|
|Pass Exam 70-291 Maintaining a Windows 2003 Networking Infrastructure||CNET-162B Network Infrastructure|
|Elective Examination - 1||
For more information, contact Richard Grotegut, Program Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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