Microsoft Professional Program for Internet of Things (IoT)

Learn the skills necessary to start or progress a career working on a team that implements IoT solutions.

8
REQUIRED COURSES
8 - 60
HOURS PER COURSE
8
SKILLS
COMING SOON

Registration for the Internet of Things (IoT) track in the Microsoft Professional Program is coming soon. Sign up to request an update email when registration opens.

Hands-on learning with the latest IoT tools for devices and cloud

Each course in the Microsoft Professional Program in IoT features hands-on activities so you can gain the most sought-after skills with the latest tools. Assessments that require more than just memorization ensure mastery of these new skills.

Learn on your own time

All courses are available online and on demand – so whether you plan to spend a couple of hours per day or a couple of hours per week, you can work on these skills at the pace that is right for you. And since the curriculum consists of massive open online courses (MOOC) on edX, you can watch the videos on your tablet or phone.

Frequently asked questions

Question What is the Microsoft Professional Program?

Answer

The Microsoft Professional Program (MPP) is a collection of courses that teach skills in several core technology tracks that help you excel in the industry's newest job roles.

These courses are created and taught by experts and feature quizzes, hands-on labs, and engaging communities. For each track you complete, you earn a certificate of completion from Microsoft proving that you mastered those skills.

Question Why should I consider participating?

Answer
The Microsoft Professional Program provides real-world skills and hands-on instruction that keeps pace with the technology industry. These courses can be rigorous but rewarding, with the flexibility to master skills at your own pace, and a robust capstone project that demonstrates your knowledge. Not to mention you get the important credentials employers want.

Question How do I sign up?

Answer
First, sign in to academy.microsoft.com. Next, explore the Microsoft Professional Program tracks, and enroll in the one that fits your career goals.