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Course Descriptions

Lean Six Sigma is a disciplined, data-driven approach to process improvement aimed at the near-elimination of defects (driving towards six standard deviations between the mean and the nearest specification limit) in any process -- from manufacturing/product to transactional/ service, and increased customer satisfaction, increased capacity and output, quality, service reliability, financial results through process improvement, and direct cost reduction per project.  This result is accomplished through the use of sub-methodology: Part I (Define, Measure, and Analyze-part1), and Part II (Analyze-part2, Improve, and Control). This overall program emphasizes in topics from Lean, descriptive techniques to multiple regression models and applications relevant to business problems along with the use of integrated computer and statistical software.


Student should have at least two years of college level courses or high school diploma with intermediate level algebra experience is required.