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Course Details & Registration Information

Course
98-361 Software Development Fundamentals for Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) Certification Exam
Name
CSC-3110DT2
Available Classes
Not currently offered.
Description Course Outline Requirements Intended Audience More Details
Intended Audience
Anyone who wants to pass the Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA): Software Development Fundamentals Certification Exam 98-361 who is seeking to evidence technical knowledge and skills regarding software development fundamentals.
Description
Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) is an entry-level Microsoft credential for individuals who want a technology career. This course will prepare students to pass the 98-361 Software Development Fundamentals exam in order to measure and validate the candidate's technical skills and knowledge. Course content will cover all exam objectives, such as understanding core programming, object-oriented programming, general software development, web applications, desktop applications, and databases. Classrooms will provide each student with a computer installed with software.
Course Objectives
  1. Understand the fundamentals of core and object-oriented programming
  2. Develop a general understanding of software development, desktop applications, web applications, and databases
  3. Pass the Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA): Software Development Fundamentals Certification Exam 98-361
Outline of Instruction
  1. Introduction
  2. Core Programming
  3. Object-Oriented Programming
  4. General Software Development
  5. Web Applications
  6. Desktop Applications
  7. Databases
  8. Practice
  9. Exam Certification
Contact Hours
36
CEU's
3.6
Industry Standard, State, or National Certification
Yes
Certification
Certiport
Website URL
http://www.certiport.com
Certification Learning Outcomes/Requirements
  1. Understand Core Programming
  2. Understand Object-Oriented Programming
  3. Understand General Software Development
  4. Understand Web Applications
  5. Understand Desktop Applications
  6. Understand Databases
CE to CU Articulation
No
Prerequisites
Students should have hands-on experience with the technologies mentioned, be familiar with the basic concepts of core programming, object-oriented programming, general software development, web applications, desktop applications, databases, and have some hands-on experience with C# or Microsoft Visual Basic .NET. Learners who do not have hands-on experience and are not familiar with the basic concepts mentioned, should enroll in relevant courses.
Text and Supplies Needed
One 64GB USB flash drive (Optional)
Clinical Site/Special Facilities
Requirements for Successful Completion of this Course
  1. Attendance 90% or above
  2. Participation
  3. Requirements for successful completion of a NON-CERTIFICATION CLASSES:
    Demonstrate an understanding of at least 70% of course material taught. If a student has extenuating circumstances causing absences greater than 10% of the class time, the student must make arrangements with the instructor to provide evidence of keeping up with the class material and making up the work, exercises, and projects missed; or demonstrate competency in the course objectives. Students with irregular attendance, less than 90% attendance, or is unable to demonstrate competency will receive a grade of NG (no grade).

    Requirements for successful completion of CERTIFICATION CLASSES:
    Students are required to take AND pass the official course certification exam before the class program ends AND provide visual evidence of successfully passing the official course certification exam to the course teaching faculty. Students who do not pass the official course certification exam, will not receive a class certificate AND will receive a grade of NG (no grade).

  4. Refund requests and withdrawals must be made in writing by the student (NO EXCEPTIONS).
    o A 100-percent refund shall be made if the student officially withdraws from the class before the first class meeting by submitting a written request.
    o A 75-percent refund shall be made if the student officially withdraws from the class prior to or on the 10-percent date of scheduled hours.
    o Provided that the class has not completed the 10-percent scheduled hours.
    o Community school, facility, and lab fees are not refundable.
    o A full refund shall be made for classes cancelled by the college.
    o You do not have to request a refund.


    NOTE:
    All refunds are sent from the State of North Carolina as checks to the address on file. Please be sure that your address is correct. If you need to update your address or any other information, please complete a change form well in advance of your refund, using the Wake Tech Permanent Change Form 728. It can take up to six weeks to get a refund check for a class. By law, Wake Technical Community College must submit all monies collected to the State of North Carolina. Wake Technical Community College does not keep money on hand for refunds.

  5. Transfer requests must be in writing by the student (NO EXCEPTIONS)
    o Requests received after the 10-percent deadline will not be considered, and a refund will not be processed.
    o Transfers to a different course in the same semester are allowed up to the 10-percent point of the total number of hours for both classes.
    o A student may not transfer to a course that has passed the 10-percent point.
    o Transfers from one semester to another are not allowed.
    o Anyone with questions concerning refunds or transfers should call 919-866-5800.
Accreditation/Special Approval Requirements
Intended Audience
Anyone who wants to pass the Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA): Software Development Fundamentals Certification Exam 98-361 who is seeking to evidence technical knowledge and skills regarding software development fundamentals.
Specific Industry or Business Support Needs
Industry or Job Titles Related to training Outcomes for Employment
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Course Contact Information
Latisha Alford
919-532-5955