Product
Management
Courses

Hands-on experience
with real-world product managers

Our Instructors Work At:

Product School Training

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™


40 hours
Full Stack Product
Management Certificate™


40 hours
Product Leadership
Certificate™


20 hours

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Featured Instructors

Helen Sims

Jamal Eason

Inbal Reichman Cohen

Sanchan Sahai Saxena

Tal Flanchraych

Ashok Bania

Giovanni Gardelli

Yenyi Fu

David Nachum

Ryan Mick

Jesse Owens II

Amin Bashi

Director, Product Management at CareGuide and PM Instructor
“Product School’s Product Management Certificate prepares you to succeed as a product manager in any industry by following a product through its entire life cycle, from scoping the product to launching it. PMC™ differentiates you from all the other applicants companies receive applications from every day. We go above and beyond to ensure you have everything you need to achieve your professional goals.”

Tuition

We offer different funding options to make financing your learning easy!
Choose from interest-free monthly installments, or spreading the cost up to 36 months.
Product Management<br />
Certificate™

Product Management
Certificate™

$3,999
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Full Stack Product<br />
Management Certificate™

Full Stack Product
Management Certificate™

$7,999 $6,999
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Product Leadership<br />
Certificate™

Product Leadership
Certificate™

$11,999 $9,999
Save $2,000!

What You Get

  • Hands-on training
  • Up to 12-month free access to events
  • Specialization Certificates
  • Ability to make up classes
  • Global access to all campuses
  • Free self-learning course in data, coding, marketing, or UX
  • Copy of The Product Book
  • Up to 12-month interest-free financing
  • Instructor from leading tech company
  • Access to Alumni community
  • Access to jobs board
  • Access to exclusive Virtual Product Summit speaker videos

F.A.Q.

  • What is the salary for product managers?

    According to Glassdoor.com, the average salary for product managers is $130,000. 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™), the Full Stack Product Management Certificate (FPMC™) and the Product Leadership Certificate (PLC™).
  • 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.

Student Reviews

Medha Ghatikesh

“I was able to transition from an Android developer role to a product manager role within my company after attending Product School.

Product School taught me the necessary “street smarts” to survive in a challenging, high visibility, high-pressure role such as product management. It helped me ask the right questions from day one as I was familiar with the PM jargons. It gave me the skills needed to demonstrate that I had what it took to be a good PM.”

Jesus Cagide

“The class was very interactive. There were slides that the instructor would talk through, but discussions would quickly evolve. We’d talk through different aspects of Product Management. Everyone would describe their different situations and ask real-world questions. There’d be a lot of debate.”

Natasha Rogen

“I was surprised by how engaging and fun the class was. Through the exercises in class, I was able to start refining my experiences into concrete ideas that could improve our product.

My instructor was incredible, she has offered to be my mentor and she has always been available to answer all my questions.
I was able to move into a PM position at my company from the Customer Experience position.”

Jason Zhao

“My instructor, Jeremy Glassenberg, has over a decade of product experience, dabbles in angel investing, and advises startup accelerators. He shared plenty of insightful real-world examples during class discussions, which shed light on the nuances of being a product manager. I was always impressed with how he made himself available for his students even with his busy schedule.”

Upcoming Events

7 Lessons From Building Search Engine Products by CB Insights PM

7 Lessons From Building Search Engine Products by CB Insights PM

  • Terry Lin
  • Wednesday, November 20th, 2019
  • 6:30PM - 8:30PM
  • 1216 Broadway
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How to Start Your Discovery Process by Pearson Education Sr PM

How to Start Your Discovery Process by Pearson Education Sr PM

  • Damon Pieri
  • Thursday, November 21st, 2019
  • 6:30PM - 8:30PM
  • 1216 Broadway
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How to Crack the Product Manager Interview by former Facebook PM

How to Crack the Product Manager Interview by former Facebook PM

  • Valentine Aseyo
  • Wednesday, December 4th, 2019
  • 6:30PM - 8:30PM
  • 1216 Broadway
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