Become a Microsoft Certified Solutions Developer (MCSD) and prove your ability to build innovative solutions across multiple technologies, both on-premises and in the cloud.
Earning an MCSA: Web Applications certification qualifies you for a position as a web developer or web administrator..
Earning an MCSD: App Builder certification does not expire or require recertification. However, each calendar year, you have the opportunity to earn the certification and to receive an additional entry on your transcript. You do this by passing a unique exam from the list of electives, which demonstrates your continued investment to broaden or deepen your skills in a specific technology area.
MCSA: Web Applications
Step 2: Complete Course 20483 and exam 70-483. Programming in C# (not required, but recommended)
Step 3: Complete Course 20486 and exam 70-486. Developing ASP.NET MVC Web Applications
MCSD: App Builder
Step 1: Complete Courses 20480 and 20486 and exams 70-480 and 70-486. MCSA Web Applications
Step 2: Complete one of the following elective courses and exams:
- Course 20532 and exam 70-532. Developing Microsoft Azure Solutions
- Course 20488 and exam 70-488. Developing Microsoft SharePoint Server 2013 Core Solutions
- Course 20487 and exam 70-487. Developing Microsoft Azure and Web Services
Still a Beginner?
Don't stress! We can help you obtain the Foundation Skills you need.
Available Foundation Courses:
- Course 40361: Software Development Fundamentals (Exam and MTA Certification available)
- Course 40375: HTML5 App Development Fundamentals (Exam and MTA Certification available)
- Course CF: C# Fundamentals
Please Contact Us to enquire about the online Developer Foundation courses.
MTA: Foundation Certifications
Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) is an introductory Microsoft certification for individuals considering a career in technology. MTA certification addresses a wide spectrum of fundamental developer concepts, assesses and validates your core developer knowledge, and enhances your developer credibility.
Note MTA exams do not qualify for MCP certification, nor are they a prerequisite for MCSA or MCSD certification.