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Gain skills and digital credentials quickly with a graduate micro-credential.

Digital Product Management

Earn your Graduate Micro-Credential in Digital Product Management

With the accelerated pace of technology and interconnectedness of devices, the product economy is rapidly growing and becoming more complex. Students in the Graduate Micro-Credential in Digital Product Management will learn how to oversee and guide the development, launch, and growth of digital products, ensuring that they align with customer needs and business objectives.

Our graduate-level micro-credentials are practical and industry-relevant, and offer a way to gain expertise quickly in an ever-changing landscape and realize a competitive edge.

In just two classes, you will earn a micro-credential and digital badge to bolster your resume and online profile. Badges are a convenient way to digitally showcase and share expertise and help differentiate yourself in the market. 

Students have the option to use coursework from the graduate micro-credential program to continue in a graduate certificate or master’s degree program offered by Graduate Programs in Software.


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How to earn a graduate micro-credential

Graduate Micro-Credential in Digital Product Management Requirements

To complete the Digital Product Management micro-credential, you must complete the following two required SEIS graduate courses (6 graduate semester credits) with a GPA of 2.7 or higher:

Two Required Courses:

  • SEIS 627 Software Agile Processes
  • SEIS 628 Digital Product Management

View the Graduate Programs in Software course catalog.

Graduate Micro-Credentials that Work for You

Convenient Schedule

Classes are offered in-person and online from 5:308:30 p.m., Monday – Friday
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Attend an online information session to learn program details. Our programs serve working professionals with busy lives. Set your own pace and start fall, spring or summer. Classes are offered in-person and online weeknights from 5:30 – 8:30 p.m., Monday – Friday. We look forward to meeting you.


Featured Faculty

All full-time tenured faculty hold Ph.D. degrees and offer extensive industry experience. Adjunct faculty are selected based on professional experience and educational credentials.

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Sanjay Mathur

Sanjay Mathur teaches Enterprise Architecture and Strategy at the University of St. Thomas and has over 25 years of experience in Oracle E-Business Suite, CRM, Cloud and Business Intelligence. He has broad and deep experience in managing projects in a variety of industries like high-tech, cargo management, travel and tourism, telecommunication and service industries.

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David Slack

David Slack has worked in software and systems development for over 30 years. He has developed software in the regulated environments for FDA, FAA and DOD projects. His projects range from medical applications on Android platforms to embedded flight critical avionics systems.