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Program Details

The Industrial Engineering Technology program offers students the opportunity to focus their education on earning a certificate of quality. The quality certificate is designed for students interested in furthering their careers in manufacturing and service industries. The certificate program may build on previous educations and experiences to solidify a student’s understanding of the methods and techniques required desired outcomes.

Quality control is a critical factor within many types of manufacturing facilities and has become a highly sought after skill set in this field. The intricate blend of business, logistics and management should result in a streamlined process improving quality of product as well as efficient production.

The quality certificate program is comprised of 4 courses, totaling 12 credit hours. The program aims to introduce students to the formal academic training needed to understand and apply certain concepts through the following courses: Quality Management, Manufacturing Quality Control, Productivity Analysis, and Statistical Quality Control. Successful completion of the required courses should prepare students for entry-level positions in a wide range of industries relying on specific results and measurements to provide the most accurate and efficient of production methods. The courses blend theory with application for the cognitive development of the dynamic systems using people, materials, equipment and information technology.

Graduates of the certificate program may qualify for positions working as industrial engineers, quality assurance, supervision, team leadership, and facilities management. The program also offers nationally recognized certification through organizations such as ASQC, SME, and APICS for the advancement in current and future career aspirations.

Accreditation & Licensing

Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Colleges