Offered both online and on-campus, the graduate academic certificate in Agile Technologies provides students an opportunity to remain up-to-date of current trends in Agile Scrum approaches to project management, software development and testing. The student experience in this program focuses on practical hands-on assignments where students become members of teams involved in simulating the project environment. Students use Agile Scrum techniques and roles, and apply Agile Scrum facilitation skills, to simulate software product development. Subsequent courses introduce students to managing the development of software and systems in an iterative and incremental fashion, including understanding software quality assurance, and verification and validation processes.
If you work in, or are interested in, project management, product development, software development, software quality assurance or testing, obtaining Regis University's graduate certificate in Agile Technologies is a great way to build upon your knowledge, stand out in an increasingly competitive job market, and make yourself a more valuable resource.
The graduate certificate in Agile Technologies is 12 credit-hours and is part of the Information Technology Management and Software Engineering graduate programs. All four classes can also be applied to the Master of Science degree in Information Technology Management, or the Master of Science degree in Software Engineering.
Total Agile Technologies Certificate Requirements: 12 credit hours
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Agile Technologies Certificate Requirements: 12 credit hours
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2015-2016 Academic Year Tuition: Effective Fall 2015
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