Online Lean Six Sigma Black Belt Graduate Certificate
The online Lean Six Sigma Black Belt graduate certificate is aimed at engineers and managers who oversee tactical and strategic projects as well as various operational functions in their organizations.
Next start date: 01/11/2021
Total classes: 5
Weeks per class: 7.5-15
Total credit hours: 15
Degree questions, answered.
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This online certificate program aims to provide students with a set of contemporary tools to produce measurable improvements in business processes. In particular, graduates of the certificate program will gain an in-depth understanding of the Define Measure Analyze Improve Control process and the tools used to achieve effective process and product improvement; develop the leadership and team-building skills necessary to oversee continuous improvement projects with many stakeholders; and understand how lean principles and design for Six Sigma fit into the overall task of product and process improvement. The culminating experience is in line with the Black Belt certification requirements used nationwide in similar certification programs. Graduates of this certificate program will:
- Gain an in-depth understanding of the DMAIC process and the tools used to achieve effective process and product improvement
- Develop leadership and team-building skills necessary to oversee continuous improvement projects with many stakeholders
- Understand how lean principles and design for Six Sigma fit into the overall task of product and process improvement.
Graduates with an ASU Online Lean Six Sigma Black Belt Graduate Certificate have career opportunities illustrated in the following list. Career examples include but are not limited to:
Applicants must fulfill the requirements of both the Graduate College and the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering.
Top 25% of all accredited engineering programs in the nation
Bachelor’s Degrees awarded to underrepresented minorities (American Society for Engineering Education 2019).