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Project Management and Quality Assurance Certificate
Managers are expected to wear many hats in modern organizations and are expected to have a multitude of skill sets. One of the most important skill sets businesses look for in managers is their capability to understand complex project requirements, delegate efficiently and ensure timely delivery with a keen eye on avoiding overages and defects. Managers that possess these skills are hard to come by and businesses are not hesitant to pay top dollar for those who do. This course would be a great first step for your career in project management and also help your resume stand out from the rest when you seek a managerial position.
This degree program is designed for working professionals interested in pursuing their graduate education in the field of business administration and whom already possess a master's degree and are seeking an advanced terminal degree in research within the business field. In this program, business professionals increase their breadth of knowledge, ability to research and analyze business alternatives more thoroughly, and opportunities for more challenging, responsible, and productive careers in the business community.
The DBA degree program prepares students with the intellectual and practical foundation necessary to properly conduct research and analyze data to make informed decisions that impact the global business arena.
MB6800 Project Management (PMP Bootcamp)
Students taking this course will examine the practices, processes, and concepts of project management. Students will review steps and procedure when managing a project in a global environment as well as the planning and management of risk and constraints that are a part of all projects. Students have the option of completing the PMP practice examination in week 8 (no credit). This is exam labelled, “OPTIONAL PMP PRACTICE TEST” is optional. Students may want to take it in order to be better prepared for the actual PMP test they can register for and take with the Project Management Institute (www.PMI.org). (3 credit hours)
MB6350 Six Sigma Lean (Green Belt)
Students will be are presented with the concepts and methodologies that encompass a Six-Sigma / LEAN projects and how they are used to reduce waste and improve quality and safety within business processes. (3 credit hours) With the successful completion of this class and the final examination in week 8, students will earn their Six Sigma Green Belt certification. The final “Six Sigma Green Belt certification examination” is optional. If you do not want the belt, do not complete the exam; however, you must complete and pass all other elements of the class to pass the class. NOTE: you may not take the “Six Sigma Green Belt certification examination” after the class has ended.
MB6850 Managing Quality (White Belt)
This course will cover principles of quality management and will focus on continuous improvement, customer satisfaction, delivering quality processes and/or products through continuous improvement and employee involvement. (3 credit hours) With the successful completion of this class and the final examination in week 8, students will earn their Six Sigma White Belt certification. The final “Six Sigma White Belt certification examination” is optional. If you do not want the belt, do not complete the exam; however, you must complete and pass all other elements of the class to pass the class. NOTE: you may not take the “Six Sigma White Belt certification examination” after the class has ended.