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Reddit AMA with Digital Project Management Industry Leaders—July 13th, 2017

Our AMA is LIVE! Join us here from 1pm – 3pm EST.

Many want to become a digital product manager but don’t know what it really means. What skills do you need, and what job opportunities are there in the industry?

In the Digital Product Management MicroMasters, those questions and more will be answered by experts from Boston University’s Questrom School of Business. In the five-course program, you will learn about one of the hottest emerging roles in the digital economy, including the essential tools and techniques to be the “CEO” of a digital product.

Want to learn more about the Digital Product Management MicroMasters? This Thursday, July 13th from 1-3 P.M. ET, ask your questions about the Product Management MicroMasters program with Nitin Joglekar (Associate Professor, Operations and Technology Management at Boston University and Director of Boston University Questrom School of Business MicroMasters programs) and Anant Agarwal (CEO, edX and Professor, MIT).

What is a MicroMasters?

MicroMasters programs are a series of Masters-level courses that offer a pathway to credit in a graduate degree program, and are designed to help you change or advance your career. Shorter in length than a traditional Master’s program, the modular MicroMasters enables learners to begin down a path of advanced study in an affordable and flexible manner.

How to participate in the AMA:

AMA means “Ask Me Anything.” Questions about our Digital Product Management MicroMasters, career advancement, online education, and more, are fair game. (Current students, please note that the AMA is not intended to be a Q&A solely about the course itself.)

12PM ET: We’ll post the AMA and link to it from this page. We’ll also message the AMA out via edX social channels (follow edX on Facebook and Twitter).
1PM – 3PM ET: Redditors – students and non-students alike – ask questions and can vote on other questions according to which they would like to see answered. Be sure to log in, ask your questions, and upvote others’ questions and comments to help guide the conversation – see below for more information on how reddit works.
1PM – 3PM ET: The instructors will then go through and respond to any questions they would like.

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