Lean Six Sigma Certificate
The Lean Six Sigma belt certification program is based on the existing Quality Assurance Certificate (QAC) course structure. Therefore, a student is able to progress from a Green Belt to Black Belt, and Quality Certification depending on the number of classes the student chooses to take.
Lean Six Sigma (LSS) is the combination of two proven methodologies for improving total organization performance through systematic and continuous process improvement. LSS has become the de facto process improvement methodology of choice in the manufacturing, healthcare, insurance and military sectors. Training is based around a graduated belt system dependent on number of training hours and project completion.
Students must complete the following:
Curriculum (15 credit hours)
- TCM 22000 - Technical Report Writing: 3 credit hours
- MATH 15300 - Algebra and Trigonometry I: 3 credit hours
- IET 36400 - Total Quality Control: 3 credit hours
- IET 45400 - Statistical Quality Control: 3 credit hours
- IET 49900 - Lean Six Sigma Seminar: 1 credit hour
- Undergraduate or Graduate Directed Project (approved and supervised by LSS faculty: 3 credit hours