MCSE SharePoint 2013 (70-331, 70-332)

By Don Jones on February 18, 2015

This series involves a number of advanced topics, and you should plan to supplement your training with plenty of hands-on experience. Specifically, experience in a production environment will provide the best background for passing the associated Microsoft exams.


The objectives for this series include a wide range of SharePoint topics; topology design, security planning, installation and configuration, maintenance, and more. Advanced topics include business continuity planning, upgrading and migration, service applications, and so on. You will also be exposed to integration topics, including business intelligence integration.

Target audience:

This series is designed for IT professionals who design, implement, and administer Microsoft SharePoint environments.

Course sequence:

Course Duration
SharePoint Server 2013 Core Solutions (70-331) Part 1 4h 04m
SharePoint Server 2013 Core Solutions (70-331) Part 2 3h 58m
SharePoint Server 2013 Core Solutions (70-331) Part 3 3h 17m
SharePoint Server 2013 Advanced Solutions (70-332) Part 1 5h 05m
SharePoint Server 2013 Advanced Solutions (70-332) Part 3 2h 57m
SharePoint Server 2013 Advanced Solutions (70-332) Part 2 5h 11m
Total 24h 36m


Before you can begin your MCSE: SharePoint certification, you must first obtain your MCSA: Office 365 credential. The MCSE: SharePoint credential includes two exams, Core Solutions of Microsoft SharePoint Server and Advanced Solutions of Microsoft SharePoint Server. Both address a variety of SharePoint-related implementation, management, and troubleshooting topics. Pluralsight training, which is broken down into several courses, can help you prepare for these exams.

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Don Jones

Don Jones' broad IT experience comes from 20 years in the business, with a strong focus on Microsoft server technologies. He's the author of more than 45 technology books, including titles on administration and software development, and writes monthly columns for the industry's leading periodicals. He's an in-demand speaker at technical conferences and symposia worldwide, and is widely recognized as one of the top trainers in the Microsoft sector.