Achieve your goals by certifying your knowledge

Share your product management
skills with the world

Why get certified?

Gain industry<br />
validation

Gain industry
validation

Affirm<br />
your expertise

Affirm
your expertise

Level up<br />
your career

Level up
your career

Your Product Management Certificate Path

Upon completion of Product School training, you will receive your certificate.
Choose how far you want to take your skills.
Product Management
Certificate™

  • Assess Target Opportunities
  • Determine Your Target Customer
  • Learn How to Build Software Products
  • Learn How to Land a Job in Product

Full Stack Product
Management Certificate™

  • Product strategy marketing
  • User research UX/UI design process
  • Product analytics data-driven decisions
  • APIs, deployment web development

Product Leadership
Certificate™

  • Product Leadership Fundamentals
  • Leading High – Performance Teams
  • The Art of Influence
  • Embracing Change and Managing Growth

Share your success with the world

Joel Palathinkal, Ph.D

Senior Director of Product at Northwestern Mutual
and Lead PM Instructor
“A Product School Product Management Certificate brings credibility to students’ mastery of Product Management. The certificate provides a solid credential and brings attention to a student’s resume. Product School has built a reputation over the years and the PMC™ is a stamp recognized by the product community.”

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F.A.Q.

  • What is the salary for product managers?

    According to Glassdoor.com, the average salary for product managers is $140,000. 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 are Product School Certificates?

    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™), Full Stack Product Management Certificate (FPMC™) and Product Leadership Certificate (PLC™).
  • How can I showcase my Product School Certificate?

    Upon completion, you will receive your electronic version of the certificate and a digital badge.
    You can download it to put on your website, print and hang on your wall, or share with your managers and colleagues:
    1. Add your certificate to your accomplishments on LinkedIn by following these steps.
    2. Share your newly acquired credentials to your social media stream
    3. Add the digital badge to your email signature
  • How can employers verify my certificate?

    Upon completion, you will receive a unique URL to verify your certificates authenticity that can be shared with your employer, your LinkedIn community, and any of your preferred social networks.
  • 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.

Certify your team

A team certified by Product School will have the skillset to hit new company milestones, and increase overall business performance. Optimize your departments by putting them on the Product School Certificate path.

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Admissions team

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