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|Course ID||Course Name||Instructor||Room Number||Time|
|008||Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) 2016||N. Rufael||Computer Lab #2||Tue / Thu 6:00 P.M. - 10:00 P.M.|
Description: Why should you become a Microsoft Office Specialist (Master) for Microsoft Office 2016? In today’s society and work environment, Productivity and Information Workers are the key fundamental values that drive our economy. Productivity is achieved significantly by using Microsoft’s Office 2016 Suite of Products (i.e. word processing, databases, email, presentations, spreadsheets, desktop publishing, etc.). Therefore, a person should become a Microsoft Office Specialist not only for their own personal development, but to also make them more competitive in an office environment and in the job market. Employers today want their employees to be proficient in Microsoft Office! To earn the Microsoft Office Specialist (Master) 2016 certification, the student must pass 3 certification exams (i.e. Word Expert, Excel Expert, and PowerPoint) and 1 elective certification exam (i.e. Access or Outlook). Microsoft Office Specialist (Master) exams provide a valid and reliable measurement of technical proficiency and expertise by evaluating your overall comprehension of Office or Microsoft Project programs, your ability to use their advanced features, and your ability to integrate the Office programs with other software programs. After completing this course and passing all the certification exams, a student can apply for work as an Office Administrator, Clerical Worker, or Secretarial Position.
Course Length: 144 hours (18 weeks)
Contact Name: Sunil Ajwani
Contact Phone Number: (734) 462-2090
Admission Requirements: Some exposure to the computer, but it is not necessary.
Credential Earned: Certification
Other Credential Description: Microsoft Office Specialist Certification of Completion
Sources of Financial Assistance Accepted: Interest-Free Payment Plans, Michigan Work Grants (i.e. Individual Training Accounts (ITA) grants, Workforce Investment Act Grants, etc..), UAW Tap Vouchers from Ford, GM, and DaimlerChrysler, TFC Credit Corp (Low 0% financing), and NAFTA Funds. Many of our programs may also qualify from the Veterans Affairs Department.
Program Cost: $4995 (includes books and materials) / Additional Exam Cost: $0.00
Average Starting Wage: $15-$20/hour