Are you proficient in MS Office 2007?
Get those 2007 MS Office computer proficiency tests taken soon.
Earn credits to complete your required electives.
Computer Proficiency tests will be MS Office 2010 in the fall.
Thinking about taking Computer Proficiency tests? These tests are available for all students; whether you are located just around the corner in the Greater Omaha Metro area or in a distant, faraway place.
The process consists of a few easy steps.
For students outside of the Greater Omaha Metro area:
As a distant student, you are required to nominate a proctor to supervise the test session. If a local college or university isn’t available, you can nominate a Civil Service Examiner, City/County Librarian, Human Resources Professional at your place of employment, Education/Training Coordinator, or Armed Forces Education Office Personnel to proctor. Use the Computer Proficiency Proctor Nomination Form to nominate a proctor for approval.
For students inside of the Greater Omaha Metro area:
Submit a test registration form thru BRUIN and provide your preferred testing session. Remember a test appointment may not be scheduled earlier than three (3) business days (Monday through Friday) after your test registration is submitted.
Not sure if this option is right for you?
To help you decide if this is an option for you; check out computer proficiency tests. There are 12 tests consisting of Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced levels of Access, Excel, PowerPoint, and Word. Each test allows you to earn one credit for the cost of $45 per test. There are test objectives for you to review for each test to help assist you in your decision.
For additional information, check out the Test Center guide.
For more information, please call the Bellevue University Test Center at 402-557-7428 or send an email to email@example.com