Scrum Product Owner Track
Strengthen your knowledge of Scrum practices, concepts and principles. Explore how the Product Owner applies Agile Product Management through the stages of the product lifecycle using all the elements of the Scrum Framework.
Can help prepare for 1 industry certification exam¹:
Professional Scrum Product Owner, (PSPO)
¹ This track is not endorsed by Scrum.org
Professional Scrum Product Owner certification exam prep
Successfully completing this track can help you prepare to take the Professional Scrum Product Owner exam.
Courses in the Scrum Product Owner Track
Courses begin with exploring how to build successful Agile teams and how to deliver value to organizations using Scrum. Then discover how the Product Owner advocates for the product by prioritizing the backlog, forecasting product releases, and communicating product goals.
- Achieve measurable sprint goals by applying Scrum best practices and appropriate strategies
- Apply effective techniques to facilitate Daily Scrum
- Facilitate Scrum framework and practices across teams
- Leverage strategies that encourage a team environment of trust and open communication
- Maximize product value using the Scrum framework
- Effectively manage the product backlog
- Accurately forecast product releases
- Create value throughout the product life cycle
Jobs that align with the Scrum Product Owner Track
Are you looking for new skills to help prepare for new opportunities? Or are you an IT professional ready to take your skills to the next level? The Scrum Product Owner Track combined with popular industry certifications can help provide the credentials you need to enhance your career. Skills covered in this track are requested in job postings by employers in the IT project management field.
Emsi /Burning Glass, a labor market analytics firm, reports estimated digital marketing job postings in the United States for entry, mid-level and advanced jobs on a rolling 12-month basis.²Estimated Job Postings from September 2022 to September 2023
The following job titles are included in the Emsi Burning Glass report:
- Product Owners
- Digital Product Owners
- Agile Product Owners
- Technical Product Owners
- Software Product Owners
- IT Product Owners
- Development Product Owners
- Lead Products Owners
- Product Managers/Owners
- Project Managers/Product Owners
² This data may not reflect your local market conditions for each job title provided. It is not intended to predict future market conditions related to these job titles as market conditions are dynamic and can change. The University of Phoenix makes no representation as to the number or level of jobs available when you complete your track. Additional skills that are not covered in this course may be required for specific jobs. Job positions vary based on multiple factors, including prior work experience, education, geographic location, and other factors specific to the individual. We do not guarantee employment, salary level, or career advancement.
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