Digital Product Management - Online study programme at Noroff

Professional Degree

Digital Product Management

Online Study Programme

This programme provides a hands-on learning journey to help you bring digital innovation to market. You will learn to identify user needs, develop solutions and strategically manage digital products.

Online Studies

13 August 2024 More startups

15 October 2024

7 January 2025

11 March 2025

1 year full time | 2 years part time

Full time: NOK 44.000,- per semester
Part time: NOK 22.000,- per semester

State Educational Loan Fund (Lånekassen)*

*The programme is conditionally approved

Why study Digital Product Management?

Digital innovation is a key driver of business development, and the ability to lead teams that understand how to improve and develop digital products is seen as increasingly valuable across a wide range of industries. The programme is for anyone interested in the digital product landscape and looking for a practical education that leads to real career opportunities.

Throughout the programme you will work on relevant tasks covering the full spectrum of digital product development. You will learn to identify and validate user needs and prioritise feature improvements and development in digital products. You will also develop your ability to interact with users and stakeholders. The programme also focuses on the application of lean and agile methodologies, enabling you to respond to changing market needs. The aim of the programme is to develop independent and professional experts with excellent collaboration skills, ready to contribute in interdisciplinary digital environments.

Career Opportunities

Upon graduation, you will be qualified for employment as:

  • Product Manager / Associate Product Manager / Junior Product Manager
  • Product Analyst
  • Product Owner (in Agile teams)
  • Digital Marketing Coordinator
  • Project Coordinator in Product Development
  • UX/UI Coordinator
  • Business Analyst (with a focus on product management)
Noroff launches study programme in Digital Product Management

Students learn how to develop, launch and manage digital products and services

Programme information

The first semester equips you with basic skills in digital product creation. This includes identifying market gaps and user needs. You'll learn to identify problems, gather user insights and develop them into testable prototypes. Key to this semester is the mastering of visualisation techniques, which are essential for mapping out digital product concepts and user journeys.

The second semester takes these skills further, focusing on practical application in more complex scenarios. You'll learn to run digital product management workshops and strategise future digital projects, including in untapped markets. This will hone your ability to create compelling product propositions.

Each semester involves working on a substantial project with interim submissions. Both semesters conclude with a final submission of the project you have worked on.

Subjects on the Digital Product Management programme:

  • Introduction to Product Management
  • Understanding User Needs
  • Managing Existing Features
  • Semester Project
  • Business and Strategy
  • Developing New Features
  • Exam Project
School: Noroff Higher Vocational College (Noroff Fagskole)
Application deadline: Continuous admission. Applications are processed in the order they are submitted.
Language of instruction: English
Accreditations: Approved for loans and grants from the Norwegian State Educational Loan Fund (Lånekassen). Accredited by NOKUT.
Degree: Professional Degree
Credits: 60 ECVET

Hardware and software

We recommend the following:

Standard laptop (PC eller mac)

More information to come.

Noroff has ongoing admissions, and applications are processed in the order they are received. The earlier you apply, the earlier you can secure a study place.

To qualify for the program, you must have general study competence or vocational education with a professional certificate. It is also possible to apply based on recognized prior learning.

For international students, depending upon which country you have received your education from, the requirements will differ. Please use this website where you can find the specific requirements for your country at the bottom of the page.

You can read more about admission requirements here.

All our study programs are approved for loans and grants from the Norwegian State Educational Loan Fund (Lånekassen). You can apply to the Loan Fund for basic support (loan and grant; NOK 137,907) and tuition fees (NOK 74,366).

As an adult student, you can receive loans and grants from the State Educational Loan Fund. This also applies if you work while studying.

As a main rule, you must be a Norwegian citizen to receive support from the Norwegian State Educational Fund. However, foreign citizens may also be entitled to financial support. Check here to see if you are eligible.

You can read more about payment, loans, and grants here. 

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