Online Introduction to Product Management Certificate

Why Regis for your online certificate?

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Learn at your own pace: 100% online post-bachelor’s certificate

Ideal for a variety of backgrounds

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Join a growing field: Demand for product managers has increased over 58% in 12 months*

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Complete in as few as 16 weeks

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Benefit from a student-centered faculty

Human-Centered Business Practices for Change-Makers

At Regis College, we understand and believe in every person behind every job title — and their power to change everything. Our Online Introduction to Product Management Certificate is a low-risk, low-cost way to explore and potentially begin your higher education journey into product management. Credits can be fully applied to the Online Master of Science in Product Management degree and all learning can be immediately used in your current role. Additionally, this certificate is the first in a soon-to-be series of advanced, stackable business certificates.

The intro to product management certificate covers the foundations of product management (PM) and its application to products, services, and experiences — in a digestible, immediately applicable format.

Introduction to Product Management Certificate Curriculum

6 Credits | 2 Courses | 16 Weeks to complete | Cost: $3,000

At Regis, our faculty love teaching, and it shows. They weave the school’s mission of social justice, compassion, and excellence through every course and student interaction. Our faculty are active business professionals who share their unique perspectives and experiences throughout the certificate coursework.

MT 545 Introduction to Product Management
MT 550 Product Management Methodologies

Intro to Product Management Certificate Admissions Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree from a nationally accredited institution
  • Official academic transcripts
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