The Virginia Tech Product Management Bootcamp is designed for students to pursue high-quality tech education while continuing to balance work or other commitments. Our program provides you with the flexibility to fit career development into your life.

Product managers are integral to the growth and success of organizations. Using data to inform decisions, they guide a product’s lifecycle from initial concept to market and ensure consumer value creation. In this collaborative, fast-paced role, no two days are the same. Key responsibilities of a product manager include research, process mapping, product design, and quality assurance.

Whether you’re looking to upskill or change careers, you can strengthen your resume with product management skills. Product managers are in high demand across nearly all industries nationwide. By learning product management, you can apply your creativity and organizational skills to build or advance your career.

According to Lightcast™, product management employment in the U.S. is projected to grow 22% over the next decade. Companies and organizations are hiring product management specialists at all levels of experience for roles like Product Manager, Product Owner, and Offering Manager. With an inclusive and rigorous active learning curriculum plus professional career coaching services, Virginia Tech Product Management Bootcamp students graduate well-prepared for these roles and many others.

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What You Will Learn

Bootcamp classes combine live online instruction with group and independent active learning challenges, all facilitated by industry-experienced professionals.

During the program, students will:

  • Identify basic functions of product management, the stages of the product development cycle, and typical product companies.
  • Learn how to use essential product management tools and software, including Jira, Balsamiq, Figma, Google Analytics, Strategyzer, and more.
  • Build key assets to drive product development and hypothesis validation.
  • Understand best practices for building a product strategy.

The Virginia Tech Product Management Bootcamp teaches practical and technical skills using real-world scenarios, the latest technology, and hands-on projects.

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