If you  would like to obtain a certification for SQL Server. The latest certification Microsoft offer for SQL Server are the MCSA and MCSEMCSE now stands for Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert while MCSA stands for Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate. You will be required to earn a MCSA before being eligible for a MCSE certification. These links should help give you an overview of what MCSA certifications are available to you.  Some exams required to complete the above certifications are not scheduled to be available until mid-June. Upgrade exams are scheduled to be available by the end of August 2012.
For SQL Server,You can  start off with MCSA: SQL Server 2012.  To earn the MCSA SQL Server 2012, the exams you need to complete are:

After you have earned the MCSA: SQL Server 2012 certificate, you may consider upgrading your certification to MCSE. For more information about the upgrade to MCSE, please visit the MCSE SQL Server 2012 web site.
Please check back frequently for updated release information. MCSE certifications require candidates to show continued ability to perform in their chosen solution area by completing a recertification exam every three years.
You may also access these helpful links below:

Microsoft offers a variety of training materials depending on your preferred method of learning.  We have instructor-led classroom training, self-paced e-Learning, MS Press textbooks, webinars, videos, and more. For a complete list of available training Microsoft has to offer in a given technology, please visit the Learning Catalog and filter your search by the type of training you desire. If you are interested in classroom training, please use our Class Locator search tool to locate training centers in your area, and when you are ready to take an exam, please register at Prometric testing.
Please contact Microsoft Certification Guidance Team for additional guidance regarding technical certification and training. You may visit  Microsoft Learning website for more Information.

 Note: Information Received via Mail by Marvin Dolor ,Microsoft Learning Guidance Team

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