Gain the practical knowledge to be an effective project manager—or add project management skills to your résumé—with our full-time studies in StrategicProject Management. Put your skills to work with an internship at a leading company in San Francisco or Silicon Valley.
Gain the project management skills needed by various organizations through our full-time certificates, which can lead to a full diploma program. You'll learn the various methodologies, including Agile, to keep projects on track, on time and on a budget at leading firms in San Francisco, Silicon Valley and across the globe.
Start studying today to gain the skills employers need.
"The time I spent at UC Berkeley Extension was the time of my life."
—Marcos Bento, Associate at Princeton Growth Ventures
Lean Agile Management
When Agile development teams operate within a Lean organization, they are able to innovate quickly, efficiently and predictably. Become proficient in generating project value while reducing waste by employing key concepts in Agile and Lean Management. You also develop and apply data analytical skills to product management, project development and business processes.
Receive a certificate upon completion and be eligible for an internship.
- Length: 1 semester
- Format: Full time
- Prerequisite: 3 years undergrad
- Internship Option: Yes
- Award: Certificate
- Cost: $11,000
Students must have a minimum of three years of undergraduate coursework for admission.
International students must meet English Language Proficiency requirements.
- Develop core data analytic and visualization skills.
- Apply key concepts related to Agile principles and practices.
- Develop skills in continuous improvement and process management, with a goal of completing a Lean Six Sigma green belt.
Learn how to scale Agile in the enterprise.
- Data Analytics and Visualization
- Agile Product Management
- Lean Six Sigma Process Management
- Leading Agile Transformations
Career Development (CEU)
Gain career orientation and hands-on training for successful job placement and career advancement. This special course includes workshops on soft skills, interview methods and technical skills, as well as personalized career coaching and professional network development.
Prepare for an Internship
With your Award of Completion in hand, you're ready to take part in an internship at a leading company in San Francisco or Silicon Valley!
Start Working Through an Internship or OPT
"I got to study with people from all over the world, many working in project-management jobs for big companies or startups."
—Brian Naylor, Senior Product Manager at Jasper Studios
Why Project Management?
Project managers are in high demand across multiple fields. Sit down with Program Director Tim Bombosch to learn where our graduates find jobs and how you can get started.
"I'll continue to take classes to stay informed of the latest practices, information and techniques in project management"
—Sandra Lew, Program Manager at Ubisoft
If you successfully complete the Advanced Project Management or Lean Agile Management certificate—or both—you can start working through a three-month internship at a leading San Francisco or Silicon Valley company!
- Put your newfound skills to work
- Gain work experience
- Build connections
- Expand your network
You'll see firsthand how a U.S. business runs, giving you a competitive edge when you're ready to land a full-time position in Project Management.
Optional Practical Training (OPT)
Optional Practical Training is an opportunity for those studying in the United States with an F-1 visa to apply their knowledge with practical work experience. If you successfully complete both the Advanced Project Management and Lean Agile Management certificates, you'll be eligible to apply for paid temporary work authorization in the U.S., also known as Optional Practical Training (OPT).
Imagine yourself managing schedules, costs and project scope to launch a new app. Ensuring communication and quality management for a new construction project. Keeping team members on track to meet defined deadlines.
With OPT, you can apply everything you've learned to real-world projects and gain valuable work experience.
Our graduates are working at top companies, including:
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Program Requirements for International Students
Online Information Session
This program is structured so that international students can fulfill their Visa requirements for full-time study, as well as have the opportunity to be eligible for internships and Optional Practical Training (OPT).
English Proficiency Requirements
International applicants must submit official evidence of English-language proficiency. Sometimes exceptions to this requirement are made. Please note that the submission of language proficiency scores or other forms of verification does not guarantee acceptance into the program. Scores must be from the past two years.
|English Language Test||Minimum Score for Full-Time Certificates|
|TEM-4 or TEM-8||70|
Don't meet these requirements? Email firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about other options.
Because this is a cohort-based program and full-time attendance is required to maintain your visa status, you must attend all scheduled courses.
F-1 Visa Application and F-1 Transfer Process
If you are not a U.S. citizen or permanent resident of the United States, you must apply for an F-1 student visa to attend this program. Non-U.S. citizens with a visitor visa (B-1, B-2) or under the Visa Waiver Program are not permitted to engage in full-time study. Your acceptance packet includes the Certificate of Eligibility (I-20) verifying that you have been admitted for full-time study.
If you are an F-1 student at a different U.S. institution, you must complete the F-1 transfer process to attend these full-time certificates. The transfer must be initiated by your current school.
About the School
UC Berkeley Extension is an academic department within UC Berkeley and is located just a few blocks away from the main campus. This department offers short-term programming for international students ... Read More