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Advanced Certified ScrumMaster®

Audience: Executives, managers, professionals, supervisors
Method: In-person, instructor-led
Duration: 2 days (16 hours)
Credits: 1.5
Graduate application: Not required
Cost: $1,650

Advanced Certified ScrumMaster® Training

The Advanced Certified ScrumMaster® course is designed for those who already have their Certified ScrumMaster® (CSM® ) credential and are looking to take the next step. By building upon the core Scrum framework, this course helps you move toward a professional and practitioner ScrumMaster® level, allowing you to realize more of your (and your team’s) untapped potential. The training course is a highly interactive learning experience that will explore best practices, dig into real-life problems and offer practical techniques to take away and apply immediately.

Upon successful completion of this course, you’ll need to accept the license agreement through the Scrum Alliance® to earn your certification. All Creighton A-CSMSM courses are taught by educators approved by the Scrum Alliance®. Taking an A-CSMSM course, meeting the 7 learning objectives and accepting the license agreement designates you as an Advanced Certified ScrumMaster®.

COURSE CREDIT

This course is an elective within the Graduate Certificate in Project Management, and it’s worth 1.5 credits. The course can be taken independently as a professional development course or as part of the certificate program. Please note that students are limited to earning a maximum of nine graduate credits before applying for admission into a degree or certificate program. If you are below the nine-credit limit and are not seeking a certificate or degree, you’re free to take this course without applying to the graduate school.

MEET YOUR INSTRUCTOR

This Advanced Certified ScrumMaster® training course is taught by Michael Stuedemann, PMP, CST, PMI-ACP, an Agile coach with agilityIRL. An experienced presenter, Stuedemann has spoken at industry events such as PMI Minnesota’s Professional Development Days, the Minneapolis-St. Paul Chapter of IIBA and Agile Development West. Prior to founding agilityIRL, Stuedemann worked in a variety of positions, including engagement manager, IT leadership roles, business analyst and staff consultant.

Student interactions and viewpoints are a vital part of our rich learning environment. For this reason, Creighton reserves the right to cancel courses and issue refunds in the case of low registration numbers.

If you are a Creighton employee and wish to utilize tuition remission for this course, please complete the application.

QUESTIONS?

If you have questions about the course, we’re happy to help. We can also provide assistance with group registration or work with you to develop a customized course for a team.  

Contact Us

This Course is Offered on the Following Dates

April 27–28, 8 a.m.–5 p.m., On Campus