Professional Scrum with User Experience Certification
Prove Your Scrum with User Experience Knowledge
The Professional Scrum with User Experience (PSU I) assessment is available to anyone who wishes to validate their knowledge of how Scrum Teams can integrate UX with Scrum to enhance value creation and delivery. Those who pass receive certification as a PSU I from Scrum.org; validating that you have a fundamental level of understanding about how to integrate modern UX practices into Scrum and to work effectively within Scrum Teams.
The Professional Scrum with User Experience (PSU I) assessment is currently only available to those who have taken the Professional Scrum with User Experience training course taught by a Scrum.org certified trainer. We are limiting access initially so that we can inspect and adapt, ensure that PSU I is high-quality, and provide adequate learning resources for those who do not take a training course from Scrum.org. The certification assessment will be made publicly available at a future date.
The assessment is in place to ensure you understand how Scrum Teams can use UX practices to deliver greater value. The questions cover not only UX practices & techniques, but also core knowledge about Scrum.
Prepare for the Assessment
Professional Scrum with User Experience Certification Details
- Fee: Initially only available to students taking the PSU course.
- Passing score: 85%
- Time limit: 60 minutes
- Number of Questions: 60
- Format: Multiple Choice, Multiple Answer and True/False
- Difficulty: Intermediate
- Language: English only
- PSU Subject Areas
- Required course: Professional Scrum with User Experience
- Recommended course: Professional Scrum with User Experience
- Practice assessments: Scrum Open and Product Owner Open
- Ways to Learn More to help you prepare
- Passwords have no expiration date, but are valid for one attempt only
If you pass the PSU I assessment you will receive the industry-recognized "PSU I" certification, along with a PSU logo that you can use to identify your achievement. In addition, your name will be listed on Scrum.org.
Unlike other Scrum certifications that require only class attendance, Scrum.org's certification requires a minimum score on a rigorous online assessment. This gives Scrum.org certification teeth and ensures that it has true value in the marketplace.