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Statistical Quality Adv. Cert.
Rochester Institute of Technology offers a Lean Six Sigma Statistical Quality Advanced Certificate for professionals interested in improving profitability, production quality organizational effectiveness through improved quality, productivity, efficiency, and customer satisfaction. The certificate program will prepare students for future courses and examinations to earn a Six Sigma Black Belt.
Through the program, students have the potential to increase their understanding of applied techniques and statistical management of quality in production. The curriculum consists of 12 credit hours of classes which include lean six sigma fundamentals, statistical quality control, designing experiments for process improvement, and a lean six sigma project.
Potential qualifications may consist of the ability to define problems in efficiency, the capability to creatively and effectively define problems in order to create solutions, the capability to measure variation and failure within the process in order to create valuable research data, analyze research data and analyze process data, and to demonstrate the capability to create improved processes and control those processes.
Students will also be expected to display an understanding of lean manufacturing systems and the methods and tools for application for systems improvement, and to understand the reliability and maintainability as part of the design and manufacturing process and the process of assessing and verifying design reliability, maintainability, and failure modes.
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