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BUS 173 W — An Introduction to Agile Project Management

Quarter: Winter
Course Format: Online (System Requirements)
Duration: 10 weeks
Date(s): Jan 14—Mar 22
Drop Deadline: Jan 17
Units: 2
Tuition: $710
Instructor(s): Debra Hildebrand
Limit: 45
Status: Open
Please Note: Online courses have a new refund policy. The full tuition refund deadline for this course is January 17 at 5:00 pm (PT); 50% tuition refund deadline is January 22 at 5:00 pm (PT).
Jan 14—Mar 22
10 weeks
Drop By
Jan 17
2 Units
Debra Hildebrand
Please Note: Online courses have a new refund policy. The full tuition refund deadline for this course is January 17 at 5:00 pm (PT); 50% tuition refund deadline is January 22 at 5:00 pm (PT).
Agile is no longer a project management framework reserved strictly for software development projects. Whether you are developing an innovative product, are on the forefront of technology, or are implementing new business processes, Agile Project Management can assist you in delivering to your customers quickly without compromising business value or quality. This hands-on course will lay a foundation in Agile best practices and build your skills in Agile Project Management through case study analysis, simulations, and real-world exercises with leading Agile Project Management software. You will explore the Agile value principles, release planning, portfolio governance, and the various Agile methodologies such as Scrum and Kanban. Additionally, you will learn how to scale Agile projects and manage the nuances of self-directed teams. By the end of the course, you will have the working knowledge and terminology necessary to successfully plan and execute an Agile project. Those who will benefit from this course include business and engineering students, software and product developers, small-business owners, managers, and anyone currently working on projects.


  • Course sizes are limited.
    You won't have 5,000 classmates. This course's enrollment is capped at 45 participants.

  • Frequent interaction with the instructor.
    You aren't expected to work through the material alone. Instructors will answer questions and interact with students on the discussion board and through weekly video meetings.

  • Study with a vibrant peer group.
    Stanford Continuing Studies courses attract thoughtful and engaged students who take courses for the love of learning. Students in each course will exchange ideas with one another through easy-to-use message boards as well as optional weekly real-time video conferences.

  • Direct feedback from the instructor.
    Instructors will review and offer feedback on assignment submissions. Students are not required to turn in assignments, but for those who do, their work is graded by the instructor.

  • Courses offer the flexibility to participate on your own schedule.
    Course work is completed on a weekly basis when you have the time. You can log in and participate in the class whenever it's convenient for you. If you can’t attend the weekly video meetings, the sessions are always recorded for you and your instructor is just an email away.

  • This course is offered through Stanford Continuing Studies.
    To learn more about the program, visit our About Us page. For more information on the online format, please visit the FAQ page.

Debra Hildebrand, Principal, Hildebrand Solutions

Debra Hildebrand specializes in project management training and consulting. Her twenty-year professional career as a management consultant includes assisting clients in creating successful solutions for high-profile, complex, cross-functional projects in the public sector. She received an MBA from Columbia and is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP).