Product Management

Online at Colorado School of Mines

Product Management

Online at Colorado School of Mines

Product Management Graduate Certificate Program

The Product Management graduate certificate program was developed for working professionals and recent graduates looking to develop important skills needed for career advancement. Students will learn to improve project leadership skills for marketing programs and overseeing product development teams using waterfall or Agile methodologies. They will also have the opportunity to develop abilities in strategic decision making, tactical product development and operational optimization to create valuable, market-leading products that, if successful, lead to greater corporate profitability. This graduate certificate can add considerable value to your resume and help you advance your career. Courses in the graduate certificate are drawn from the Engineering and Technology Management master’s degree at Mines and can be applied toward that degree (with a 3.0 final grade).

Certificate Requirements

Graduate Certificate in Product Management

  • Working professionals – BS degree (ideally with 3.0 GPA or better) and a minimum of two years of work experience
  • Mines students – GPA of 3.0 or greater in their junior or senior year
  • Statement of goals/purpose: share your professional, academic and personal goals and why you believe Colorado School of Mines is the best place to achieve those goals
  • Resume or Curriculum Vitae (CV)
  • For international applicants or applicants whose native language is not English, please review the English Proficiency requirement

For additional information about these admissions requirements, please refer to the Admissions Requirements page

Graduate Certificate in Product Management

Students must complete the following three courses:

  • EBGN553 Project Management 3.0
  • EBGN563 Management of Technology 3.0
  • EBGN576 Managing and Marketing New Product Developments 3.0

Tuition

CREDIT HOURSTOTAL ONLINE TUITION & FEES 2021-22
1.0$1,114
2.0$2,141
3.0$3,168
4.0$4,195
5.0$5,222
6.0$6,249
7.0$7,276
8.0$8,303
9.0$9,330
10.0$10,357
11.0$11,384
12.0$12,411
13.0$13,438
14.0$14,465
15.0$15,492
  • Employer contributions are routinely applied to cover a portion of this cost.
  • Serious about a Mines program? Let Financial Aid help you consider payment options, identify employer contributions and more. We’re here to help.

Fees

  • Fees for students enrolled in Mines Online programs or courses are included in the cost of tuition ($999 per credit hour)

More information about tuition and fees.

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Jan. 1

 

Application Deadline

Investment You Can Count On

$113,446

Average Annual Salary for Product Managers, Glassdoor

#1

Best Value College in Colorado, niche.com, 2019

#1

Career Return on Investment,
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U.S. Department of Education

Economics and Business Faculty

Morgan Bazilian

Morgan Bazilian

Rank - Professor of Public Policy and Director, Payne Institute

Email - mbazilian@mines.edu

Phone - 303-384-2156

Jared Carbone

Jared Carbone

Rank - Associate Professor

Email - jcarbone@mines.edu

Phone - 303-273-2175

David N. Culbreth

David N. Culbreth

Rank - Professor of Practice

Email - dculbreth@mines.edu

Phone - 303-273-3492

Carol Dahl

Carol Dahl

Rank - Research Professor and Professor Emeritus

Email - cadahl@mines.edu

Phone - 303-273-3921

Crystal Dobratz

Crystal Dobratz

Rank - Teaching Assistant Professor

Email - cldolbratz@mines.edu

Phone - 303-273-3481

Roderick Eggert

Roderick Eggert

Rank - Professor and Viola Vestal Coulter Foundation Chair in Mineral Economics

Email - reggert@mines.edu

Phone - 303-273-3981

Tulay Flamand

Tulay Flamand

Rank - Assistant Professor

Email - tflamand@mines.edu

Phone - 303-273-3757

Ben Gilbert

Ben Gilbert

Rank - Assistant Professor

Email - bgilbert@mines.edu

Phone - 303-384-2359

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consistently demonstrates
the value  of a Mines degree.