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Program Details

National Graduate School of Quality Management offers a Bachelor of Science in Quality Management Systems Degree which is well suited for working professionals who wish to complete a baccalaureate level of studies. Students in this program can expect an exciting and challenging program curriculum which consists of quality systems management course topics. Teamwork is highly valued within this degree program. Students will closely work with each other in order to explore topics such as the principles of quality assurance, process efficiency, customer satisfaction within successful business systems, and much more. Graduates of this degree may move past entry level positions within the in the workforce and increase their job security.

The Bachelor of Science in Quality Management Systems Degree Program consists of 30 total credit hours that may be completed in 12 months. Students who are enrolled in this program must complete 10 courses in order to earn the degree. The curriculum covers various quality management systems topics which will provide students with the knowledge they need in order to successfully work in the field. This program is structured in a cohort group format that may be completed partly. This cohort group format requires students to frequently work in teams outside of the classroom setting in order to complete program material and the Work-Related Business Project.

Parts of this program may be completed online; however, much work during this program must be completed on campus or in groups outside of the classroom setting. This part-online learning environment provides flexibility for enrolled students who are employed or have other obligations. Students must be highly disciplined to complete a large amount of coursework. Time management and word processing skills are very important for students who enroll in this degree program.


Students must have earned an associate degree (or 60 credits that include the lower-level, freshman and sophomore core credit requirements), and 15 additional upper-level credits

Accreditation & Licensing

New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Commission on Institutions of Higher Education


Online programs and courses are not available to Massachusetts residents.