We are proud to announce 11 new Professional Certificate programs from the world’s industry leaders and top universities, designed to build or advance critical skills for a specific career. Building on the success of the Professional Certificate program launch in April 2017, edX now offers 23 certificate programs from 19 partner institutions.
Professional Certificate programs are tailored for specific jobs and particular career paths, offering skills-based education in the fields where today’s employers are seeking top talent. After completing a Professional Certificate program, you can be confident that you have gained the actionable knowledge you will need to make a powerful impact on an organization.
Offered in exciting fields like front-end web development, big data, java programming, and cybersecurity, edX Professional Certificates are endorsed by corporations, including Microsoft, Google, GE and Staples, and recognized for real career relevancy. We are also excited to announce a program in Soft Skills, designed to help you become a strong manager, leader and communicator in any industry. Professional Certificate programs help develop the skills and actionable knowledge needed for today’s top jobs through a flexible and affordable online learning experience.
Explore the new free to try Professional Certificate programs, open for enrollment now:
The University of Washington
New York Institute of Finance (NYIF)
The University of Michigan
Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (UC3M)
Delft University of Technology (TU Delft)
Technion – Israel Institute of Technology
Rochester Institute of Technology
What is a Professional Certificate Program?
Professional Certificate programs are a series of in-demand courses designed to build or advance critical skills for a specific career. Created by industry leaders and top universities, Professional Certificate programs help develop the in-demand skills and actionable knowledge needed for today’s top jobs through a flexible and affordable online learning experience.
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