Program Details

Type: Self-Paced

Cost: $2,175

Duration: 29 hours

Location: Online

Agile Project Management

Learn iterative, slimmed-down approaches to project management

Enroll in our agile project management certificate program and unlock the potential of your project management career. Our comprehensive program will provide you with the theoretical knowledge and practical experience needed to lead and deliver projects in dynamic and rapidly changing environments. You'll gain an in-depth understanding of Agile methodologies and practices as well as hands-on experience with industry-standard tools and frameworks. With these skills, you'll be able to drive innovation, optimize project workflows, foster effective communication and increase project success rates. Plus, you'll benefit from a certification to prove your expertise and open doors to new career opportunities.


Required courses for certificate

Courses may be taken individually. If pursuing the certificate, all courses in the certificate program must be completed with a C/pass or better. It is recommended to take the courses in the following order:

  1. Introduction to Agile
  2. Challenges for Agile Teams
  3. Integrating Agile into a Waterfall Environment
  4. Principles of Scrum

Why take this program?

After successful completion of this program, you will be able to:

  • Recognize the importance of becoming Agile
  • Comprehend the Agile approach to project management
  • Understand Agile training roles and responsibilities
  • Learn Agile best practices and behaviors
  • Build an Agile environment
  • Apply Scrum to an Agile environment
  • Understand how Agile practices align with PMBOK® processes


Program benefits

The Agile project management certificate program equips individuals with the specialized knowledge, skills and industry recognition to excel in managing projects using agile methodologies. It enhances career prospects, improves project delivery, fosters effective collaboration, and enables professionals to adapt to the evolving project management landscape.

Students are encouraged to explore credential options through the Project Management Institute (PMI) to assist with career paths beyond the certificate program.

Types of positions in Agile project management

  • Agile Business Analyst
  • Agile Coach
  • Agile Project Manager
  • Agile Team Facilitator
  • Project Coordinator
  • Product Owner/Manager
  • Program Manager
  • Scrum Master


Career insight for product manager

Product managers own the development of the best product that suits all stakeholder needs. A successful product manager possesses a deep understanding of the market, the target audience and the overall project vision. They collaborate closely with stakeholders to gather requirements, elicit feedback and make informed decisions regarding the product roadmap and feature prioritization. The national average salary for a product manager is $136,799, 13% above the national average.

Source: Indeed, 2023