Posted January 25, 2020 11:37:07Microsoft has released its new Microsoft Office 365 Online Degree program, offering a degree in more than 60 subjects.
The Microsoft Professional degree has the most popular course options, and is also the most flexible, offering both online and in person learning opportunities.
The degree offers both a one-month and a three-month option.
Microsoft says it offers about 1,200 certificates and credits in its online degree program, and it says that online programs cost $199 per month.
This is the highest price for a degree on the market, though the University of Michigan’s online degree is more affordable at $169.
Microsoft also offers the Microsoft Professional online degree in English and Japanese.
The certificate is available to anyone 18 years of age or older who lives in the United States.
Microsoft’s online program has been available for a few months now.
Microsoft offered a free trial in October and is now selling certificates through its online program for $29.95 per month for a three month option, or $99 per month with a two-month subscription.
The university’s online Master’s Degree program is a full-priced program, starting at $1,299.95 a month, or the same as the Microsoft Office program, with a three or four-month term.
The MS Office program offers two certificates, one in the subject areas listed below: Computer Science (MS-CSC) and Information Systems (MSI).
The MS-CSP certificate is the more common of the two, with more than 5,000 courses offered, and the MSI certificate has nearly 1,400 courses, the university says.
Microsoft has also offered a program called Microsoft Office Certified in Spanish, which costs $599 a month.
The certification program is open to all members of the Microsoft workforce and is offered through Microsoft’s Online Degree Center.
The two certificates are not tied to an employer.
Microsoft offers the same certificate in both English and Chinese, though Chinese learners can also take the certificate online.