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Our program will give you a competitive advantage in a crowded field of candidates. With our Process Improvement certificate, you’ll have hands-on opportunities to solve real world challenges posed by today’s companies.
Upon completion of the program, you’ll be prepared to sit for three internationally recognized certifications: ASQ’s Certified Six Sigma Black Belt, SME’s Lean Bronze, and PMI’s Project Management Professional. With your new skillset and experiences, you’ll have an edge over other professionals in the industry.
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Total credits: 15
|PIM 5450||Quality Management|
|PIM 5455||Project Management|
|PIM 5460||Process Improvement Methods|
|PIM 5465||Process Improvement Practicum|
|XXX XXXX||Open elective course in HCBE excluding CHS prefix|
Full-Time professionals are available to discuss the Process Improvement certificate curriculum with you in greater detail. Simply call 800.672.7223 Ext. 25168 or contact our Enrollment Services Staff.
|QNT 5000||Foundations of Business Statistics *|
|QNT 5160||Analytical Modeling for Decision Making **|
* Course may be waived at the discretion of the department chair or designee. Waivers will only be considered when an equivalent course with a grade of C has been earned in the past 10 years
** Not required if previously taken with a grade of B in the past 8 years.
Students have three options for satisfying a program prerequisite course:
Healthcare Applications of Process Improvement
Thinh Tran, M.D., President and COO of Provider Network Solutions and member of the M.B.A. in Process Improvement advisory board discusses process improvement applications in the healthcare arena with Decision Sciences Professor and Master Black Belt Steven Kramer, Ph.D.
Weaving Process Improvement Into the Culture of a Successful Business
Andrew Koenig, President of City Furniture and NSU Alumnus and member of the M.B.A. in Process Improvement advisory board: the importance of a supportive culture for the successful leveraging of process improvement initiatives.
Carolina De Leon, Workforce Manager at City Furniture and Process Improvement Major Graduate
Jacqueline Benigni, Process Improvement Major Graduate