The Microsoft Professional Program Retired on December 31, 2019.

Students who had enrolled in MPP can print or save their certificates from the dashboard by Dec 31st 2019.
We will keep the dashboard accessible until January 31, 2020 in case learners need additional time.

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Frequently asked questions

Question Why did Microsoft discontinue the Microsoft Professional Program?

Answer

Three years ago, we launched the Microsoft Professional Program with one mission: to help you build the technical skills you need to succeed in emerging jobs.

Since then, we’ve heard from many of you about how you’ve applied your new skills to become more impactful in your current work and gained more recognition from your colleagues.

That’s why we’ve decided to take the best of the Microsoft Professional Program and apply it to a program where you can earn a technical certification when you complete your coursework. Why?

  • Certified new hires reach full productivity sooner and find more opportunities for advancement.
  • Certified employees earn 15 percent more than those without certification.
  • Employees with certifications are nearly 20 percent more productive.

Find out more about our move toward role-based certificates and role-based training here.

Question Is the Microsoft Professional Program still available?

Answer

The Microsoft Professional Program  ended as of December 31, 2019. 

  • MPP track certificates were awarded when all courses on a track were completed, this included passing the project-based capstone. These will not be awarded any longer after December 31, 2019.
  • Enrollments to MPP tracks on the Academy site ended on September 15, 2019. (*See Note)
  • If you completed your MPP courses or tracks as of 12/31/2019, you will need to save/print your certificates by January 31, 2020.

*Note: Some individual courses (from the Artificial Intelligence, Data Science, etc.) will remain on edX through June 30, 2020. Enrollment for these individual courses and edX certificates will continue through June 30, 2020.

Question If I have successfully completed an MPP track(s) before the program retired, will the achievement still have value in the market?

Answer
Yes! The MPP credential demonstrates value and excellence to managers looking to hire in technology fields.