PULLMAN, Wash. — Instructors qualified to teach courses leading to certification in
Microsoft technology are needed for a new program at Washington State University, program
officials announced this week.
This fall, for the first time, WSU employees and students can take cost-reduced classes that
are part of the Microsoft Authorized Academic Training Program designed for the Microsoft
Certified Professional Program. Beginning Sept. 7, classes are offered on the Pullman campus in
state-of-the-art electronic classrooms equipped with networked computer workstations.
In addition to four WSU employees and students who are qualified to teach the courses,
other instructors are being sought. “We are currently accepting applications for qualified
instructors,” says Greg Neunherz, College of Business and Economics director of technology.
“Potential instructors must be Microsoft Certified Professionals (MCP) or Microsoft Certified
Systems Engineers (MCSE) with some teaching experience. In addition, the applicants must have
passed the MS exam for the class they will be teaching.”
Courses currently planned include:
— Networking Essentials
— Implementing and Supporting Microsoft Windows 95/98
— Implementing and Supporting Microsoft Windows NT Workstation 4.0
— Implementing and Supporting Microsoft Windows NT Server 4.0 in the Enterprise
— Implementing and Supporting Microsoft Internet Information Server 4.0
— Implementing and Supporting Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.0 by Using the Internet
Explorer Administration Kit
— Internetworking with Microsoft TCP/IP on Microsoft Windows NT 4.0
— Other classes by request
For further information about becoming an instructor, compensation or information about
taking a course, contact CBE’s Jonathan Johnson at jjohnson@cbe.wsu.edu, or call 509/335-8326.