Software Development Fundamentals

EXAM 98-361

HTML5 App Development Fundamentals

EXAM 98-375

Introduction to Programming with Block-Based Languages

EXAM 98-380

  • Platform fundamentals
  • Manage the state of an application
  • Debug and test
  • Publish an application
  • Build the UI using HTML5
  • Core CSS concepts
  • Using JavaScript:
    • Update the UI
    • Code animations
    • Access data
  • Code additional HTML5 APIs
  • Apply Strategies to Solve Computational Problems
  • Design Algorithms
  • Work with Data Representation in Block-Based Programming Languages
  • Solve Computational Problems by Using Modeling and Simulation
  • Code Programs in Block-Based Programming
  • Assess Personal Security in Internet Communications
  • Examine the Software Development Process
  • Core Programming
  • Object-oriented Programming
  • General Software Development
  • Web Applications
  • Desktop Applications
  • Databases

Database Administration Fundamentals

EXAM 98-364

  • Core Database concepts
  • Database Objects
  • Manipulating Data
  • Data Storage
  • Database Administration

IT Infrastructure EXAMS
Windows Server Administration Fundamentals

EXAM 98-365

Networking Fundamentals

EXAM 98-366

Security Fundamentals

EXAM 98-367

  • Server Installation
  • Server Roles
  • Active Directory
  • Storage
  • Server Performance Management
  • Server Maintenance
  • Network Infrastructures
  • Network Hardware
  • Protocols and Services
  • Security Layers
  • Operating System Security
  • Network Security
  • Security Software
Mobility and Device Fundamentals

EXAM 98-368

Cloud Fundamentals

EXAM 98-369

Windows Operating System Fundamentals

EXAM 98-349

  • Understand device configurations
  • Understand data access and management
  • Understand device security
  • Understand cloud services
  • Understand enterprise mobility
  • Understand the cloud
  • Enable Microsoft cloud
  • Administer Office 365 and Microsoft Intune
  • Use and configure Microsoft cloud services
  • Support cloud users
  • Operating System Configurations
  • Installing and Upgrading Client Systems
  • Managing Applications
  • Managing Files and Folders
  • Managing Devices
  • Understanding Operating System Maintenance


The Microsoft Technology Associate certification validates the fundamental knowledge needed to begin building a career in technology.

  • Designed for students that are new to technology
  • Validates essential fundamental technology concepts, preparing students for advanced IT classes, MCSA and MCSD certification, and entry level job experience assignments such as internships.
  • Exams delivered in the classroom, preparing students for real world careers in IT
  • Positions students for advanced training, MCSA and MCSD certification and entry-level positions
  • Campus License available only to Academic institutions