Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) - American Tech Institute

Microsoft Technology Associate

Course Description:

This program is composed of 14 courses: Cloud Fundamentals, Database Fundamentals, HTML5 Application Development Fundamentals, Introduction to Programming using Block-Based Languages, Introduction to Programming using HTML and CSS, Introduction to Programming Using Java, Introduction to Programming using JavaScript, Introduction to Programming using Python, Mobility and Device Fundamentals, Networking Fundamentals, Security Fundamentals, Software Development Fundamentals, Windows Operating System Fundamentals, and Windows Server Administration Fundamentals. TATI does not guarantee a student a passing score on the designated industry certification exams.

Learning Objectives

Upon satisfactorily completing the Microsoft Technology Associate program, the student will be able to:

  • Demonstrate a working knowledge of Window’s Operating System, its networking and security
  • Administer Windows Server, networking and security systems
  • Develop a Database system
  • Identify the development process for Software, Web, and HTML5 App
  • Demonstrate HTML5 App design, development and implementation processes
  • Demonstrate a working knowledge of Software Development and Microsoft .Net
  • Test a Software implementation
  • Prepare students for the correlating industry exams

Admission Requirements

The applicants must have High school diploma or GED



Core Programs include:
MTA Courses

Clock Hours: 150
Covers understanding the cloud, enabling Microsoft cloud services; administering Office 365 and Microsoft Intune, using and configuring Microsoft cloud services, and supporting cloud users.

Clock Hours: 150
Covers understanding core database concepts, creating database objects, manipulating data, understanding data storage, and administering a database.

Clock Hours: 150
Covers manage the application life cycle, build the user interface by using HTML5, format user interface by using Cascading Style Sheets, and code by using JavaScript.

Clock Hours: 150
Covers solving computational problems, designing algorithms, data representation in Block-Based programming, personal security in internal communications, and software development process.

Clock Hours: 150
Covers HTML fundamentals, Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) fundamentals, structure documents using HTML, present multimedia using HTML, Style Web Pages using Cascading Style Sheets (CSS).

Clock Hours: 150
Covers Java fundamentals, data types, flow control, object-oriented programming, compile and debug code.

Clock Hours: 150
Covers JavaScript operators, methods and keywords, program with variables, data types and functions, analyze decisions and loops, document object model, and HTML Forms.

Clock Hours: 150
Covers operations with data types and operators, control flow with decisions and loops, input and output operations, document and structure code, troubleshooting errors, and operations with modules and tools.

Clock Hours: 150
Covers device configurations, data access and management, device security, cloud services, and enterprise mobility.

Clock Hours: 150
Covers network infrastructure, network hardware, and protocols and services.

Clock Hours: 150
Covers security layers, operating system security, network security, and security software.

Clock Hours: 150
Covers core programming, object-oriented programming, basic software development, web applications, desktop applications, and database basics.

Clock Hours: 150
Covers operating system configurations, installing and upgrading client systems, managing applications, managing files and folders, managing devices, and operating system

Clock Hours: 150
Covers server installation, server roles, active directory, storage, server performance management, and server maintenance.