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Microsoft Office Specialist

General Information


Students enrolled in our Microsoft Office Specialist program have an interest in increasing their knowledge of the Microsoft programs in preparation for careers in the administrative field and the workforce in general. Students also take Microsoft to sharpen their skills to advance their current careers. On average, Microsoft Office Specialists can earn salaries ranging between $75,000 and $83,000 per year - find out what more YOU can learn about Microsoft Office by joining our program!


CCPrep features a flexible schedule designed to help fit the demands of the busy adult student. Once a student completes orientation, he or she can choose a schedule that works for their lifestyle and complete dual certifications offered during that class time. Students continue the series until they have completed the entire MOS Suite. Instruction for each dual certification class can take anywhere between 6-10 weeks. 


A Microsoft Office Certification helps you qualify for countless job paths!




What's the expectation for students?

Attendance Expectations

Students are expected to attend class on all meeting days
Students are expected to be on time


Student Attendance Responsibility 

Notify SSS and instructors of your absence 


Educational Assumptions

To enter Microsoft office students have to complete the following:

- Attend CCPrep Awareness Session
- Complete both sections of the TABE Assessment (with a minimum 541 Scale Score in Reading)
- Complete CCPrep orientation process

A Note about Technology...

No laptop/computer? No internet connection? NO PROBLEM! 
CCPrep is here to help our students - we understand that some of our prospective and current students may not have all the tools they need, and we're here to help! Don't let a lack of technology deter you from pursuing the next step on your path to success! Talk to one of our Student Success Specialists to learn more about how CCPrep can help solve your technology troubles.