Microsoft Official Curriculum (MOC)

Definition of Microsoft Official Curriculum (MOC) in The Network Encyclopedia.

What is MOC (Microsoft Official Curriculum)?

Courseware developed by Microsoft product groups to train network administrators, support staff, and system integrators in the use of Microsoft products. Microsoft Official Curriculum (MOC) courseware has been created for Microsoft BackOffice, Microsoft Office, and all Microsoft developer products.

The curriculum generally includes training on planning for, implementing, installing, configuring, managing, optimizing, monitoring, and troubleshooting Microsoft products.

MOC comes in both instructor-led formats and as self-paced training kits, and can be used to prepare for Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) certification exams.

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