Purdue University, a top public research institution, offers higher education at its highest proven value. Committed to student success, Purdue is changing the student experience with greater focus on faculty-student interaction and creative use of technology. Committed to pursuing scientific discoveries and engineering solutions, Purdue has streamlined pathways for faculty and student innovators who have a vision for moving the world forward.
The Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) Center in the Polytechnic Institute at Purdue University is an interdisciplinary research center at Purdue University. The center fuses the talents and resources of experts from the Purdue Polytechnic Institute, the colleges of Engineering and Science and Krannert School of Management into a single focused entity that serves as an industry resource. Through research, training and implementation of product lifecycle management tools and methods, the Center provides its partners in business and industry with knowledge and tools to improve their bottom line.
The Distance Learning Campus within the National American University (NAU) became a cosponsor of the CM2 training and certification program on April 5, 2010. NAU is a private, multi-campus university headquartered in Rapid City, South Dakota. The President of the Distance Learning Campus is Dr. Bob Paxton.
The University of Tennessee’s Center for Executive Education in the College of Business Administration has cosponsored the CM2 program since 1993. It is located on the main campus in Knoxville, Tennessee. The Knoxville campus has a student enrollment of approximately 26,500 students.