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Agile Practices Certification

Associate's Certificate in Agile Practices

The Associate's Certificate in Agile Practices demonstrates that you have acquired a working knowledge of agile project management and lay the groundwork for project professionals aspiring for PMI's Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP)® certification.

Requirements:

  • Three of the select courses listed below must be completed within two years.

Restrictions:

  • Students must adhere to the restrictions specified on the specific course pages.

Note:

  • Students must adhere to the restrictions specified on the specific course pages.
  • Each course may be applied to only one associate’s certificate. However, all courses applied to the Associate’s Certificate in Agile Practices may also be applied toward specific master’s certificate requirements.

You must take one of the following introductory courses...

At least one course must be taken from the following...

The remaining course may be taken from...

Upon successfully completing the required three courses, you will receive an Associate's Certificate in Agile Practices awarded by TwentyEighty Strategy Execution and The George Washington University.

Master's Certificate in Agile Practices

The Master's Certificate in Agile Practices offers the widest range of courses in the training industry. The programme is designed for project team members in all fields and professions and provides flexibility in building your skill set.


Requirements:
  • To receive your Master’s Certificate in Agile Practices, you must complete seven courses within four years. 

Restrictions:

  • Students must adhere to the restrictions specified on the specific course pages.

Note:

You must take the following introductory courses…

At least four courses may be taken from the following...

Up to two courses may be taken from the following...

Upon successfully completing the required seven courses, you will receive a Master's Certificate in Agile Practices awarded by TwentyEighty Strategy Execution and The George Washington University.