Experience Fullstack Product Management
Learn product management in 25 weeks with the part-time product manager program at Fullstack Academy.
Finding the best product management training to match your individual career goals can be challenging. Many product management MBA programs are expensive and time-consuming, while some short courses and certificate programs do not offer the hands-on experience required to get you hired by top companies. Fullstack Academy's signature online product manager bootcamp gives you valuable experience and career support to help you transform your career at a fraction of the cost or time of an MBA.
Our new product management bootcamp curriculum combines real-world applicable lessons and interactive technology with foundational and advanced material, preparing you for every step of your product management career journey. Learn essential product management like user interface (UI)/user experience (UX), product design, marketing, and more!
|Live, Online Instruction|
Learn with Peers
|Cost Per Hour of Curriculum Content||Hours of Content||Career Coaching|
|Fullstack Academy||$40.30 per hour||300+ hours|
|Product Gym||> $500 per hour||12 hours|
|General Assembly||$98.75 per hour||40 hours|
|Product School||$137.97 per hour||30 hours|
Product Management Overview
Get In-Demand Product Management Jobs
According to Burning Glass, product management employment nationwide is projected to grow 11.6% over the next decade. Companies hiring include Amazon, American Express, Anthem Blue Cross, Dell, and Humana.
Earn a High Starting Salary
Product management bootcamp program grads are prepared for entry-level roles that have median salaries of $81,400 (Burning Glass).
Learn online from passionate and knowledgeable product management instructors with real industry experience.
Real-World Product Management Tools
Join a Powerful Alumni Network
Get access to a vast network of supportive Fullstack Academy alums who can help to open doors to lucrative job opportunities.
Start as a beginner in the bootcamp and graduate ready to be hired for lucrative product management roles.
What is a Product Manager?
Product managers are integral to the growth and success of organizations, working to ensure that their products establish and maintain consumer value in a constantly evolving marketplace.
By analyzing data and market research to inform decisions, product managers guide a product’s lifecycle—taking a good or service from its initial ideation stages to production, marketing, distribution, and beyond.
Product managers are in high demand all around the country in industries like technology, construction, healthcare, finance, and more, making now a great time to gain or expand your product management skills.
Product Management Roles and Salaries
Whether you work in product management in industries like healthcare, tech, finance businesses, manufacturing, or others, the fast-paced, collaborative role of product manager provides a diverse working environment where no two days are exactly the same.
Your daily work as a product manager can include tasks like:
Designing prototypes and building key assets to drive the development of a product
Utilizing strategic tools to drive product hypothesis validation
Organizing work for creating a product through listing, planning, and prioritizing
Conducting research to advance stages in the design thinking cycle and analyzing customers’ engagement with products
Communicating with a variety of teams to make decisions and construct product strategies
Preparing presentations to persuade and explain complex concepts to team members
According to EMSI, the average salary for product managers in the United States is $107,105. Hiring for roles like Product Manager, Product Owner, and Product Lead, companies nationwide are rapidly growing and building out their product management teams.
|Role||Average Entry-Level Salary Nationwide|
|Associate Product Manager||$74,262 (Productmanagerhq.com, 2021)|
|Product Owner||$67,985 (Productmanagerhq.com, 2021)|
|Product Manager||$81,400 (Burning Glass, 2022)|
Tuition and Payment Options
Students will need to make an initial deposit at enrollment with the remaining balance due one week prior to the first day of the cohort.
Fullstack Academy is committed to making tech education more accessible, so we’re reducing the enrollment deposit to $99* (normally $2,000) for a limited time. Get started on your journey before the deposit increases!
Enrollment Deposit -
Tuition During Program - $12,396
Total Tuition - $12,495
Enrollment Deposit -
Tuition During Program - $12,396
Total Tuition - $12,495
Keep in mind that Fullstack Academy does not endorse, recommend, or promote any particular lender. The payment choice is at the discretion of you, the student. If you decide to use a personal loan, make sure to choose the option that works best for you.
Personal loans may also be available through your personal financial institution.
A $1,500 Founder’s Scholarship is available for students enrolled in the inaugural July 2022 cohort. Additional Scholarships are also available for women, military vets, and other communities.
VET TEC and VRRAP funding can be used to pay for some Fullstack Academy programs. Check with your local VA office to see if you are eligible.
*Offer eligibility: Upon admittance into the program, pay the $99 deposit in full prior to the enrollment date.
Learn more about how you can fund your bootcamp education
Join the Next Product Management Bootcamp
Students of all skill levels can benefit from Fullstack Academy's rigorous product management curriculum
From beginners to existing professionals who want to advance their career, the product management bootcamp curriculum at Fullstack Academy is built to take your career goals from dream to reality. We accept students from all career backgrounds like healthcare, finance, retail, customer service, manufacturing, marketing, administration, and so many more. No prior experience is necessary to apply to the product management program at Fullstack Academy—just the completion of a logical reasoning test.
Apply today and join others just like you on the first steps to a life-changing career.
What Are We Looking For?
You are a passionate individual with a creative orientation that allows you to see things from new perspectives and generate new ideas.
Successful product managers use data and emotional intelligence to understand the unique needs of consumers.
Whatever you have worked on so far, you’ve strived for excellence. You're focused on growth for yourself and others.
A Day in the Life of a Product Management Student
3 hours of online product management class
In the part-time program, you'll complete 1-2 modules per night, including a live lecture and a related hands-on lab.
Weeks 1-12: Tuesday & Thursday
Weeks 14-25: Tuesday, Wednesday, & Thursday
Allow for an additional 1-4 hours of independent classwork per week
Fullstack Academy Product Management Curriculum
Your part-time product manager education is divided into 5 areas of focus. Each product management bootcamp module within these focus areas is designed to guide you through the product management lifecycle.
- The Product Development Lifecycle
- Building Business Models
- Business Fundamentals
- Hypothesis Validation
- Design Thinking
- Product Planning, e.g., building product roadmaps, understanding MVPs
- Product Analytics
- Building a Product Strategy
- Working with and Hiring Teams
- Landing a Job as a Product Manager
- 24 weeks of instruction, plus one break week = a 25-week program.
- Learn and practice both quantitative and qualitative methods for gaining a deep understanding of users’ needs and interests.
- Develop a strong foundation in key design concepts and prototyping products across a wide range of industries.
- Leverage techniques for one of the most critical aspects of a Product Manager’s job. Some techniques you will learn include empathy mapping, product storytelling, and creating go-to-market plans.
- Ground yourself in the world of product management in software development. Learn agile, technical concepts, like APIs and machine learning, and tech stack concepts.
Product Management Tools
As part of the product manager education you’ll receive at Fullstack Academy, you’ll gain practical experience with the latest product management tools for industry analysis, roadmapping, project tracking, management, marketing, and more.
Here are just some of the tools and software you’ll learn in our program:
Students will also utilize Adobe, Sketch, Hugo, Strategyzer, and more!
Designed by Real Product Management Experts
The product management program curriculum at Fullstack Academy was created by dynamic, working product management experts from a wide range of businesses to emphasize real-world application and increase industry exposure.
Learn about our talented Curriculum Designers:
CEO of Winnovation Agency, a consulting firm for innovation and marketing
- For the last 10 years, Sierra Pollard has made innovation her passion in life.
- Sierra has also served as Adjunct Professor of Product Innovation at universities, including the University of North Florida, Virginia Commonwealth University, and the University of Florida.
Science, Engineering, and Product Lead in Personalization at Amazon
- Mukesh has served in leadership roles in product management for over 15 years and has been working in the field for almost 25 years.
Co-founder of Astellent, a consulting firm in product design, development, and launch
- A leader in the product management field for almost 15 years, Hitesh Parashar has successfully conceptualized, built, and launched applications and business models for both consumers and enterprises, scaling to hundreds of millions of users and creating hundreds of millions of dollars in enterprise value.
Head of Product at Strategic Education, Inc. an education technology company
- Leigh Lawhon has served in UX/UI and graphic design roles for almost 25 years.
- Leigh has an extensive background in building SAAS and web-based solutions from the ground up, collaborating directly with clients to determine requirements, and developing concepts, budgets, and workflows.
Our career success team makes sure our students are well-prepared for their first job, as well as each job afterward. Our team of career coaches helps you with:
- Growing your professional network
- Resume and LinkedIn profile optimization
- Interview and assessment prep
- Salary-negotiation workshops
- And much more!
And even after you graduate, our team is available to keep you motivated, prepare you for interviews, and even help you negotiate offers.
Fullstack Academy is widely recognized for quality graduates by companies ranging from large top-tier corporations to startups and agencies. We have relationships with these companies that help you connect with potential employers and job opportunities.
Who Hires Fullstack Grads
Companies, universities, and governments across the country trust Fullstack Academy to train their students.
*The companies listed here have hired Fullstack Academy NYC graduates.
Product Management Bootcamp FAQs
With more than 195,000 job postings in the U.S. and a 11.6% projected 10-year growth rate, now is an exciting time to launch a fulfilling career in product management. Fullstack Academy’s 25-week product management program will help you learn the in-demand skills you need to succeed in the field.
Fullstack Academy offers scholarships and provides payment options through our loan partners. Payment Options.
The admissions assessment for our product management is a 30-minute, timed, logic-based exam that requires no preparation.
Our program is successful because we focus on one-on-one interaction with instructors, building teamwork and soft-skills, and providing a high-quality online learning environment. Read more.
Our program is designed to incorporate the latest product management tools and technology. For this reason, we recommend students use a computer with a Quad-core Intel i5, AMD 4000+ processor (CPU), or Apple M1 (or better). Students are also encouraged to have an external monitor of 24” or larger and a 256GB+ solid state hard drive (SSD) with at least 80GB free. Please be mindful that SSDs can be labeled as NVMe. Since sessions are conducted in a live online format, students are required to have a webcam and microphone to participate.
Cohorts at Fullstack Academy fill up fast, so we recommend applying well before the application deadline to save your seat.
We're happy to answer any other questions you might have about Fullstack. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or chat with a student advisor on our website.