Become a certified Full-Stack Product Manager
Share your Product Management, Coding, Data Analytics and Digital Marketing skills with the world
Stand out from other applicants by adding our Full Stack Product Management Certificate to your resume and LinkedIn
Enhance your Resume
Step into your engineering teams’ shoes and learn their terminology by building and launching your fully functional website
Get a Product Manager job
Maximize the opportunities to become a Product Manager. Experience and training put you ahead of the competition.
Your path towards becoming a Full Stack Product Manager
We offer certificates for each of our four programs, and completion of all four courses will grant you our Full Stack Product Management Certificate
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Enhance your LinkedIn and resume with our certifications
Upon completion of the course you will be able to show your qualifications to your professional network by adding your certificates to your LinkedIn profile. You also have the option to download and print your certificates.
“The instructors were all clearly very experienced. I learned structured problem-solving techniques that helped me get multiple job offers even before the course ended.”
“The class highlights exactly what it takes to become a great PM, helping you figure out what strengths and experiences you can leverage in a product position — as well as the areas where you need the most improvement.”
“Product School was a great investment in my future as a PM. the small class size and emphasis on learning and employing real-world tools sets this course apart.”
“Attending the PM part time course is one of the best decision I’ve ever made. They helped me put together a clear plan for the transition. Definitely something you should give a shot.”
What is the salary for product managers?According to Glassdoor.com, the average salary for product managers is $118,962. This number can be higher depending on your location, company and previous experience.
How much time should I commit?The product management training course consists of 40 hours of class time and 16 hours of guest lectures during 8 weeks. In addition to the classes, plan on spending 3-5 hours outside of class each week working on homework assignments about your product.
What is the Product Management Certificate™?When product management was first introduced, the only available training was in the form of articles, presentations, and books. By reading these resources, many grasped the iterative nature of product management but missed the principles and practices that are necessary for successful implementation. In response, Product School developed the Product Management Certificate (PMC™).
Who is eligible to apply to Product School?We welcome applications from talented professionals who live close to one of our 15 campuses worldwide or willing to study online.
How is Product School different from other product management training programs?All of our instructors are active product managers at top technology companies. The program is hands-on, designed to be compatible with your work schedule and geared towards helping you transition successfully into a product role.
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