About This Chapter
1. MCDST Courses and Classes Overview
A Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate, or MCSA, works with Windows operating system users to solve application, software and hardware problems. MCSAs have the skills and knowledge to work with complex computer systems. Read on to find out what training an aspiring MCSA must have.
2. Microsoft Certified Application Developer (MCAD) Certification Program
While the MCAD certification is obsolete, there are both non-degree and associate's degree programs that prepare students for Microsoft certifications. Learn more about these options so you can decide if one of them meets your educational needs.
3. Masters Degree in Informatics: Program Overview
If you want to study informatics at the master's degree level, you can pursue a master's degree in public health informatics or biomedical informatics. Learn more about these programs and future opportunities for graduates.
4. Education Informatics Degree and Training Program Summaries
Informatics degrees are offered at the bachelor's, master's and doctoral degree levels. Educational informatics may be incorporated into these programs where students can specialize.
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