Why get your Microsoft MCSE Certification?
Quite simply, by earning your Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer Certification, you will demonstrate your technical expertise as a network systems professional. As a Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer, you will be qualified to design, install, support and troubleshoot information systems using Microsoft software and technologies.
In today's highly competitive marketplace, Microsoft Certified Systems Engineers are in great demand. Demand outweighs supply, resulting in many unfilled vacancies in companies across the USA.
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What is a Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer?
Microsoft's definition of the Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer is as follows: "The Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer is qualified to effectively plan, implement, maintain and support information systems with the Microsoft Windows NT operating system and the Microsoft BackOffice integrated family of server software".
What is the average salary of a MCSE?
According to the 2003 Annual Salary Survey conducted by MCP Magazine, the average salary of ALL MCSE's surveyed was $73,600. Experience is an important factor in Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer salaries.
What does MCSE Certification entail?
You must pass 7 proficiency exams. Students are prepared and encouraged to take their exams immediately following each course module. Our program offers 200 hours of hands-on training with a certified instructor designed to prepare students for exams as well as a successful career in the IT industry.
You must have a good knowledge of microcomputer hardware, DOS and Windows operating systems. It is highly recommended that students have the A+ and Network+ Certification prior to embarking on the MCSE track.
- Microsoft Certified Trainers
- Unlimited lab time
- Evening and weekend classes
- Job placement assistance
- Free retake upon space availability
- 100% Financing available
- Hands-on training with instructor
- Small class sizes give individual attention
- Comprehensive and up-to-date curriculum
- Class syllabus follows exam objectives
- Take home MCSE exam preparation software
- Employer tuition reimbursement accepted
- Installing, Configuring, and Administering Microsoft Windows XP Professional, Exam 70-270.
- Managing & Maintaining a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Environment, Exam 70-290.
- Implementing, Managing and Maintaining a Microsoft Server 2003 Network Infrastructure, Exam 70-291.
- Planning and Maintaining a Microsoft Server 2003 Network Infrastructure, Exam 70-293.
- Planning, Implementing and Maintaining a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Active Directory Infrastructure, Exam 70-294.
- Designing a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Active Directory and Network Infrastructure, Exam 70-297.
- Installing, Configuring and Administering Microsoft Internet Security and Acceleration (ISA), Exam 70-227.
What is MCP?
With Computer Learning Center's MCSE Package program, you actually receive 5 different certifications (A+, Network+, MCP, MCSA & MCSE). You will receive your MCP as soon as you pass one of the core exams in the MCSE track. This will give you professional status in the booming E-commerce industry as well as the growing IT field you've already chosen.
What the media are saying about MCSE
"The demand for IT Professionals grows
- 346,000 Information technology jobs currently vacant in US companies
- Thousands of technical jobs open in Microsoft Certified Solution Provider companies
- A continuing trend: By 2006 more than 1.3 million computer professionals will be needed"
"Technical certifications are still the ticket to better jobs and higher salaries, but the Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer certificate is by far the most prized."
"Computer engineers...one of the fastest growing professions. It is predicted the profession will grow from the year 1996 to 2006 by 109%."
"There is a shortage of people with the skill sets that certified professionals offer. By becoming certified, you can promote yourself and assure employers that you have the skills needed to do the job."
Melanie St. Claire LAN Times
"190,000, or 1 in 10 information technology jobs are vacant despite efforts to lure computer veterans with signing bonuses and flexible hours."
"It's part of the feeding frenzy spurred by the technology boom and it's voracious need for new bodies. The latest number heard for IT openings nationwide is 348,000."
Wall Street Journal
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