Overview of Unified Modeling Language® 2 (UML® 2) Certifications
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, by 2031 overall employment of software developers, quality assurance analysts and testers is projected to grow by 25%.
Our UML 2 exams test an individual's ability to properly interpret and construct UML model diagrams in the way UML is used today.
There are three UML 2 certifications exams: Foundation, Intermediate and Advanced.
UML® 2 certification process1
Determine if you're eligible for an academic, INCOSE, member, military, or retake Discount. We also offer discounted bulk exam vouchers.2
Create/sign into your Pearson VUE account, via which you can book and cancel your exams as well as access your score reports.3
During/after Training (optional) or Self Preparation (use exam info sheets below) schedule & pay (using a discount code if applicable) for your exam via your Pearson VUE account. Schedule at a secure test center or online.4
Once you pass your exam, immediately Claim and Share your Credly Digital Credentials (check your inbox and junk folder for an email from [email protected]) with your peers. Print a .pdf or hardcopy of your certificate.5
The UML 2 Foundation (prerequisite to UML 2 Intermediate and Advanced exams) certification exam tests an individual's knowledge of a subset of the most used UML behavioral and structural diagram types and UML elements and attributes needed to design and implement real, practical and everyday systems. The individual is also tested on why certain domains use software modeling and the benefits they derive therefrom. This UML 2 certification level is intended to certify practitioners whose depth of UML knowledge and skill supports proficient model building and interpretation. With an UML 2 Foundation certification, a model user is well-equipped to interpret UML diagrams while a model builder is prepared to work on a modeling team. The UML Foundation exam is now available in Japanese! Click the blue button below to view and download detailed exam information.
The UML 2 Intermediate (prerequisite to UML 2 Advanced exam) certification exam extensively tests an individual's knowledge of the most appropriate UML elements and attributes of structures frequently used in complex and larger system models. With a UML 2 Intermediate certification, a model builder is well-equipped to design and generate interoperating modules, improve upon other models and clearly explain the full UML diagram suite to model users. Click the blue button below to view and download detailed exam information.
The UML 2 Advanced certification exam tests an individual's knowledge on the complete UML palette of elements and attributes available for modeling structure and behavior in up to the largest of system models as well as metamodeling based on other specifications in the UML family (Alf, fUML and MOF). With a UML 2 Advanced certification, a model builder is the company UML guru at the highest level of technical management, leading workgroups and presentations, making decisions on analysis, design and development proposals and evaluating their results. Click the blue button below to view and download detailed exam information.
UML 2 certification means better work conditions and allows a company to make new customers.
(Senior IT Analyst @ ANASOFT APR)
I would recommend anyone to consider UML 2 certifications to improve their overall modeling and quality of project design.
(Project Manager @ Capgemini)
Thanks to the UML 2 certifications and other certificates I possess, I am perceived by the IT industry as an experienced professional. The result is very measurable: my hourly rate has increased twice over last 3 years!
(Founder & Lead Consultant @ RedPill)
Ali Adnan Malik
The skills I acquired through the UML 2 certification program greatly influenced how I analyze, design and implement complex software systems for customers in a proficient way.
(Senior Consultant @ ALTEN)
You'll be surprised how much your understanding of UML is improved after passing the exam.
(Senior Software Engineer @ ETAS GmbH)