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Lean Six Sigma is a melding of industrial efficiency and quality techniques that are increasingly being applied to all businesses and organizations to improve quality while reducing costs. Lean focuses on increasing efficiencies and eliminating waste in the supply chain. Six Sigma is a quality-focused problem-solving methodology.
The online Lean Six Sigma Minor is ideal for individuals interested in enhancing their knowledge and skills in the areas of quality and efficiency.
Note: In addition to the minor, the University offers an online Lean Six Sigma Certificate. The minor adds two courses to the Certificate.
The Lean Six Sigma Minor is open to all students. To complete the minor, a grade of "C" (or higher) is required in all courses. In addition, students must fulfill the University's requirements for graduation with a bachelor's degree, including successful completion of a major.
Note: Students who wish to enroll in one (or more) courses—but do not intend to pursue bachelor's degrees—may apply to the University as non-degree students. Registration is on a space available basis. For assistance, contact Indiana State Online at (812) 237-2345 or IndianaStateOnline@indstate.edu.
This minor is well-suited for individuals pursuing professional careers in manufacturing, construction, business, healthcare, education, and many other service and technology industries. Quality is a vital function in every organization. Careers specifically dealing with quality are growing faster than most other careers as organizations seek to improve quality while reducing costs. The minor is excellent preparation (in combination with the required work experience) for the American Society for Quality (ASQ) Six Sigma certification and Society of Manufacturing Engineering (SME) Lean certification, which further enhances career opportunities.
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