OPEN TO ALL MAJORS
The Lean Six Sigma Minor includes 21 credit hours. All courses are offered online. High-speed Internet access is required. To determine availability of a course for a particular semester, refer to the class schedule.
MATH 241 Principles of Statistics—3 credits.
A course for non-mathematics majors and minors. Graphical and numerical representation of data, probability, sampling, statistical inference, correlation, and regression. Prerequisites: Appropriate placement exam score or MATH 099 or equivalent.
TMGT 361 Quality Systems and Tools—3 credits.
History, philosophy, tools, processes, and systems of quality are covered.
TMGT 374 Lean Manufacturing Systems—3 credits.
The holistic study of the principles and practices of manufacturing methodologies based on maximizing value and minimizing waste in the manufacturing processes. Study includes investigation of manufacturing flow; organization for efficiency; monitoring, controlling, and improving processes of manufacturing; metrics used to measure performance; and logistics for planning and controlling flow of material.
TMGT 461 Lean Six Sigma—3 credits.
This course teaches students about the management of the Six Sigma process and the Define stage of the DMAIC SS process and relates the two to Lean. Prerequisites: TMGT 361.
TMGT 463 Quality and Process Control—3 credits.
Basic principles and practices of quality control. Prerequisites: TMGT 361 and MATH 241.
TMGT 469 Process Analysis and Improvement—3 credits.
Process analysis and improvement techniques commonly used by professionals in the quality field. Prerequisites: TMGT 361 and MATH 241.
TMGT 471 Production Planning and Control I—3 credits.
Principles of planning, scheduling, routing, and developing procedures of production control. Note: Open to graduate students. Graduate students are required to do additional work of a research nature.
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Last updated 28 April 2014