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Arizona State University's Master of Engineering in quality, reliability, and statistical engineering offers specialized courses founded on basic engineering and statistics principles that are central to improving quality, reliability, and achieving meaningful results in today's modern business organizations.
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The program is designed to prepare you for a wide spectrum of opportunities in product and service realization, including engineering design, product and process development, manufacturing, distribution, logistics, and supply chain operations. You will learn how modern statistical and engineering techniques are deployed in a wide range of industrial and business settings, along with the basic underlying methodology to develop novel solutions to unique problems. You can also design a program of study that includes a Six Sigma Black Belt professional certification in addition to your graduate degree. This program is delivered entirely online and requires 30 credits of course work, including three credits of applied mathematics and three credits of engineering management. Up to six hours of credit is available for an applied project, and a culminating experience is required.
For more information on this program and the tuition, please visit https://asuengineeringonline.com/.
All students are required to meet general university admission requirements.
Some programs may have additional requirements for admission.