NJIT offers Low Cost Microsoft .NET Training

Discussion in 'MCSD' started by Jay, Jul 8, 2004.

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    Attractive Low-Priced Microsoft .NET Training Announced
    Pre-Registration Incentive Offered

    Newark, New Jersey July 1, 2004, New Jersey Institute of Technology
    (NJIT) through its Division of Continuing Professional Education (CPE)
    announced today it is offering low-priced Microsoft .NET training
    starting in August 30th. The training will be available both in
    computer classrooms at NJIT in Newark and online with an instructor.
    While new iterations of classes have been scheduled from August
    onward, one special set of dates has been already been set for the
    first two weeks in January 2005 so that college students on
    intersession can readily enroll. Priced to be affordable for both
    students and full-time professionals, the training consists of two
    tracks, C# and VB.NET, and will help prepare individuals to sit for
    the Microsoft Certified Solution Developer (MCSD) certification exams.
    For a limited time between now and August 15, 2004 individuals who
    register will receive a $100 savings towards their first .NET course.
    30-day instructor-led online study is priced at $299 per course and 5
    week classroom study is priced at $399 per course. After August 15th,
    the price for all courses will go up $100. Courses being offered are
    as follows: Building Windows Applications with C#, ASP.NET
    Programming with C#, Building Windows Applications with VB.NET, and
    ASP.NET Programming with VB.NET

    NJIT's method of instructor-led online courses has a proven record of
    success and uses established means to offer significant learner
    support for those new to online learning. Students learn in
    asynchronous, instructor led, formats that allow them the option to
    study from almost anywhere and at anytime. For those preferring to
    study in traditional classrooms, the setting for these courses will be
    in NJIT's recently completed East Building in Newark, at times
    convenient to busy learners.

    ..NET training allows IT professionals to manage advance connectivity
    issues allowing for multiple systems and sources of data. .NET
    connectivity empowers businesses to deliver exceptional levels of
    value to customers, partners and employees.

    To learn more about .NET studies, course schedules, or the
    pre-registration incentive, please visit http://cpe.njit.edu/dotnetpr

    About NJIT

    NJIT's CPE Division orchestrates multi-million dollar training
    initiatives (eLearning or in classroom settings) in conjunction with
    government, corporate and private funding sources. The Division also
    provides training to many federal and state-funded recipients,
    including unemployed and underemployed, minorities, women and the
    disabled. NJIT is a public, scientific and technological research
    university enrolling more than 8,800 students in Bachelor's, Master's
    and Doctoral degree programs. NJIT has been a leading supporter and
    developer of distance education since the early 1980's and both coined
    and trademarked the term, Virtual Classroom®. The University's
    ability to be on the forefront of education is one reason NJIT is
    ranked a "National Tier 2 Research University" by U.S. News & World
    Report. Additionally, Yahoo Internet Life magazine has cited NJIT as
    America's "perennially most wired" public university. For more
    information on Continuing Professional Education at NJIT, call
    800-624-9850 (locally 973-596-3061) or email
    Jay, Jul 8, 2004
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