IEM 4103 - Industrial Quality Control

Prerequisite(s): 3103. Performance excellence in a enterprise, including relationships between industrial engineering and quality control. Statistical quality control concepts to measure, monitor, diagnose, and improve performance at the enterprise level, the operational level, and the project level. Quantitative and qualitative quality tools to solve problems and capture opportunities for improvement.

Spring Dates: 
Tuesday, January 17, 2017 to Friday, May 5, 2017
CRN: 
*undergrad=26653, grad=26654
Additional Information: 

*If graduate student taking this course, enroll in CRN 26654 for graduate credit.

ETM Advisor’s comments:
This course counts as an option for MSETM students pursuing the Industrial Engineering Concentration.  It is typically offered every spring semester.

Textbook Information:
No textbook required.

Registration Procedure: 
Instructor: 

Dr. William Kolarik