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Are you interested in becoming a Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer, or perhaps you simply want to learn a bit more about MCSE? Either way, some of your questions will be answered here.

MCSE stands for Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer. What is this term, really? While the term sounds like a degree that you would get in Microsoft, it is not really an engineering degree, per say. In fact, that is one of the biggest complaints about this learning process. Nevertheless, MCSE is a training course of sorts that is designed to teach individuals who want to learn how to handle various aspects of Microsoft skills. The goal is to have a group of people who are knowledgeable in the areas that Microsoft is specific. Let’s explain.

Microsoft developed this type of training to allow individuals to get a specific training course, or several in various types of skills that pertain to Microsoft. The thing about this training is that it is specific to Microsoft. While you may learn to install a program in another course which would teach a broad range of information about all ways in which to do so, in the MCSE, you will learn strictly how it is done through Microsoft.

So, How Does MCSE Work?

In most cases, the training can be done in several ways. Students can take classes through certified teachers in school or they can study on their own. Some individuals feel that they have enough experience in the various uses of Microsoft to be able to take the test without taking a training class. The test is given at specific areas at specific times. In order to be considered, you must pay a fee of about $125 (about R900) for each of the tests and certifications that you plan to take. The tests range in knowledge levels and in most cases, it is wise to take the training courses for MCSE prior to taking the test as it can be quite challenging.

Study IT Online
has a broad range of courses and certification available on their website from MCSE to MCAD as well as ComTIA and Cisco Certification Training courses, so if you’re interested in studying the Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer, then take a look at what they have to offer.  

Date Posted: 2010-09-21
Posted By: Study IT Online
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