Why Earn a Credentialed Certificate?
are forecast to be created in Salesforce's ecosystem by 2022*
in project management are forecast to be added through 2027**
of the most in-demand 21st century skills, according to employers***
* Source: IDC, an independent provider of market intelligence for the information technology market
** Source: Project Management Institute, a professional association for project managers
*** Source: Identifying Critical 21st Century Skills for Workplace Success, University of Minnesota
What Makes Your Foundry College Experience Unique?
Go beyond the lecture and learn alongside your classmates - in real time - with role-playing, breakout groups, and active learning activities.
Classes are conducted entirely in the online classroom, with no pre-work or homework assigned.
Actively engage with your professor and fellow students throughout the class, and work directly with your personal coach and peer mentors.
Choose the Program That's Right for You
Prepare for in-demand jobs by earning a Salesforce Administrator or Project Management credentialed certificate from Foundry College.
Earn the Salesforce Admin Super Set credential
- Lightning Experience Reports & Dashboards Specialist
- Security Specialist
- Business Administration Specialist
Salesforce Admin Super Set Foundations
Learn the basics of the Salesforce platform and become familiar with the vocabulary, functions, and interface of the software. You’ll create and modify reports and dashboards, manage access to ensure data security, customize an organization’s data model, and manage users.
Salesforce Admin Super Set Skills
Continue building your knowledge of the Salesforce ecosystem as you set up a mobile interface, build your own apps to achieve company goals, learn and deploy industry-standard identity and access management tools, and customize an organization’s Salesforce platform to achieve business goals.
Earn the CompTIA Project+ certification
Project Management Foundations
Learn project management basics of how to initiate, plan, and execute a project. You’ll identify stakeholders, project costs, timelines, and project risks; and create schedules, communication and quality management plans, and risk analyses. Learn to assemble, develop, and manage a project team to execute a project.
Project Management in Practice
Learn to monitor, control and close a project. You’ll become oriented to project management in practice, integrating your knowledge from the Foundations course and applying the skills to scenarios across industries with projects of varying sizes. You’ll be introduced to the agile project management methodology and learn how it often blends with the waterfall methodology in hybrid project management.
Professional Foundations + High-Demand Skills
In the credentialed certificate program, you'll complete four required courses where you master 21st century professional skills along with two courses specializing in the credential. Upon completion, you will be prepared to excel in an entry-level role in one of two high-demand areas:
Salesforce Administration and Project Management.
The number of courses in which you enroll each trimester is up to you. The Certificate Program Map will help guide you with Accelerated and Standard examples of program completion timeframes.
Managing Yourself at Work
Learn to organize your work, recognize and manage emotions, develop personal responsibility, and stay motivated.
Practical Problem Solving
Learn to frame and solve a wide range of problems in various professional contexts.
Learn to read and write precisely, listen well, communicate clearly in group settings, and interpret visual communications.
Working with Others
Learn to collaborate and negotiate effectively, work well in teams, and build professional relationships.
“The student community at Foundry College is great, and I like that Foundry College classes are interactive. I can raise my hand at any time and get immediate answers to questions and support from the professor. And the one-on-one coaching has been very helpful. I feel inspired and motivated.”
Markela, Foundry College student